Tory Lanez has started a petition to have black men perform at major events…

Tory Lanez Creates Petition Asking For Black Men To Perform At Major Events And Festivals




Tory Lanez has started a petition to have black men perform at major events and festivals.

Tory Lanez is attempting to launch a new movement! At least, that’s how the artist expressed himself in an online petition he started on Tuesday. His rallying cry is for Black entertainers to be supported.

Tory appears to be attempting to safeguard Black men’s ability to play at large concerts and festivals. This includes the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which takes place every year and is greatly anticipated. Tory announced his new petition on Twitter.

Tory’s Attempt at Protection

“Keep our Black me on Coachella, all festivals, and large events,” Tory said, along with a link to the petition. “Sign up for RT and join us.”

“I just made this…because someone needs to,” he continued.

Tory appears to be looking for merely 1,000 individuals to sign his petition. At the time of publication, the petition had 557 signatures, which was slightly more than halfway completed.

“We are witnessing the industry and phony cancel culture removing all of our great black guys, black celebs, and black moguls…..from festivals, our culture, and our lives… “And it starts with us…. we must make a change.. so we can keep our black guys prospering,” Tory posted on Twitter under the handle “Protect Black Men.”

“We stood for equal rights of black men 2 years ago with GEORGE FLOYD… what has changed from “then to now” in respect to the protection of BLACK MEN,” he wrote in the petition’s description.

Standing firm in his convictions

This isn’t the first time the Canadian rapper has expressed these sentiments. In fact, he tweeted a few times on Monday night, voicing the same concerns. Before digging in, he started with a simple “defend Black males” tweet.

“I don’t give a damn what you guys have to say…

We are Black men…and we are important…

“Don’t wait until we’ve all been lynched, lied to, and had our characters killed to understand they’ve taken away all of our legends and role models,” Tory tweeted.

Standing firm in his convictions

Tory implored potential signees to prohibit “them” from judging a man’s art based on his “real life issues” in the petition’s description.

“A man isn’t his trade… “Don’t allow them use our personal life issues to produce phony stories that have been misconstrued to hamper and taint our legacies,” Tory wrote, “don’t let them use our personal life situations to manufacture fake stories that have been misconstrued to hinder and taint our legacies.” “STAND BY FOR US… “WE ARE CULTURE’S BACK BONE.”

“If we lose this war, we will lose the HEAD of a culture that we have known, loved, and OWNED for the past 2000 years… THE BLACK MAN REQUIRES PROTECTION. PROTECTING OUR CULTURE IS THE FIRST STEP!! HELP US, Tory pleaded.

His petition comes in response to J. Prince’s remarks regarding Kanye West, Drake, Nicki Minaj, and The Weeknd. He proposed that they stage their own concert during the award show broadcast to protest the Grammys.

Kanye was reportedly dropped from performing at the Grammys last week due to his “concerning online behavior,” which resulted in a 24-hour Instagram suspension that had already expired.