It cannot be denied that the Grammy award-winning singer been going through a lot lately, but why she thought it was a good idea to release the single “Black Lives Matter” to silence her critics is pretty mind-boggling.
On the track, the R&B singer is urging love and compassion for everyone no matter their race or political view.
“If my life matters, then stand no matter / If it was true, would it be black? / Whatever the hue, would you fight back? / Is your blood red? / Doesn’t it match? / Then when I stand, stand with my black,” she sings.
Of course, Black Twitter had a lot to say, given that she sang for Trump during his inauguration.
Since her performance for #45, Chrisette has apologized and even blamed it for the ills of her life, which include being dropped by her label, wanting to commit suicide and even suffering a miscarriage this year.