Chrisette Michele releases new single ‘Black Lives Matter,” gets dragged

attends BET Celebration Of Gospel 2016 at Orpheum Theatre on January 9, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

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.