Logan Paul And Girlfriend Josie Canseco Slam Looters For ‘Taking Advantage’ Of Peaceful Black Lives Matter Protesters – Logan Paul and Josie Canseco keep close while taking to the streets for the Black Lives Matter protest on Tuesday afternoon (June 2) in Los Angeles.
Logan Paul And Girlfriend Josie Canseco Slam Looters For ‘Taking Advantage’ Of Peaceful Black Lives Matter Protesters | Logan Paul And Josie Canseco:
Logan Paul and his model girlfriend Josie Canseco are among the celebrities, who are joining peaceful protests, to take to the streets of the United States demanding justice following the unlawful death of George Floyd – a black man who was killed after a white police officer knelt on his neck for over eight minutes.
The 25-year-old internet personality carried a sign that reads “Black Lives Matter” while his girlfriend Josie, 23, carried a sign that reads “This Is F–ked.”
Josie Canseco, who displayed her phenomenal figure in a cropped black top and a pair of jeans, cozied up to her man, who wrapped his left arm around her shoulder.
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‘I watched this documentary called the 13th last night…It’s fascinating to me how much people in general, specifically in this movie, politicians will bend their moral code to get f**king elected, to get a vote and people are no different,’ Logan Paul said in his podcast Impaulsive.
‘I hate to say this but I’ve had this extremely uncomfortable feeling in people this past weekend,’ Logan continued. ‘I’ve started to stop believing in humanity but people are so greedy and exercising the worst sides of themselves because they can take advantage of peaceful protesters and start looting and rioting and none of it is right.’
However, he added he was ‘unable to condemn those who burned down symbols of systemic hate’. ‘People have gone and burned down the sisters [daughters] of confederacy building, I applaud you,’ Logan Paul said. ‘I applaud you for pulling down statues of confederates who drove division in this country, I applaud you. ‘Even as far as the court houses who have served the black community unjustly for decades, that have passed sentences down that were unfair and not justified by law in this country.’