Black Lives Matter loudmouth DeRay Mckesson was “offended and appalled” after he caught a glimpse of the movie poster for “War for the Planet of the Apes.”
The poster for the new movie showed an ape wearing the same type of blues vest that Mckesson has ridiculously worn in nearly every public appearance he has made since he became a professional protester, no matter what the occasion or weather.
He even wore the vest to the White House when he was invited to meet with, then Attorney General, Loretta Lynch and then attend a Christmas Party.
— deray mckesson (@deray) December 5, 2015
— deray mckesson (@deray) December 4, 2015
Therefore when Mckesson, and other Black Lives Matter supporters, took a look at the “War for the Planet of the Apes” they believed, as they do with most things, that it was racism.
But what the self-absorbed Mckesson and others didn’t realize is that the movie was using the same vest wearing ape character it used in the original movie, nearly 20 years before Mckesson was born.
When he likely realized how stupid and egotistical he looked, he deleted his original whiny tweets.
But other members of the Black lives Matter movement, including Tariq Nasheed who sees racism in nearly everything, did not delete theirs.
— Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) July 10, 2017
Apparently War for Planet of the Apes creators decided to disparage @deray. White supremacy so deeply complicit in the movies America sees.
— Samuel Sinyangwe (@samswey) July 10, 2017
Wow I’m crying they really have Deray in Planet of the Apes pic.twitter.com/l06o6QBv3r
— Wenger In (@BasedChasen) July 10, 2017
Planet of the Apes is an extended metaphor on racism. Factual. Bad Ape is a direct shot at Deray? Self serving, disingenuous hyper-wokeness.
— The Prodigal Son (@DShaw365) July 11, 2017
“In the Planet of the Apes movies, the apes are the good guys, so what’s the big deal if one of them references Deray?”
— April (@ReignOfApril) July 11, 2017
— Shalisa Hayes (@ShalisaHayes) July 10, 2017
How can so many people not know that “Planet of the Apes” existed before they did?
Am I to understand that the new Planet of the Apes movie invokes Deray & incites a species (race) war? Is that what I’m to understand? pic.twitter.com/qSChwQUhOd
— Historically Haitian (@Gota_de_L1uvia) July 10, 2017
Y’all know Planet of the Apes metaphorically is about Black people taking over the planet right? The Deray vest was not coincidence.
— T.J.™ (@tjfromhtown) July 10, 2017
No. No it’s not.
You’re outraged because they’re recreating the look of the original ape in 1968. You don’t own wearing blue vests man. Grow up. pic.twitter.com/XF9b0DurVt
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) July 11, 2017
There’s some serious narcissism involved in assuming a film w/ hundreds of millions at stake would think about how they might offend Deray.
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) July 11, 2017
And plenty of people found Mckesson’s narcissism ridiculous.
no .. humans are just too smart 4 our own good & often make something outta nothing pic.twitter.com/1EG2O7Sxdb
— LIL DEATHWISH ✪ (@GrandFathrTiddy) July 11, 2017
Deray is going to be furious when he watches the original Planet of The Apes movie. pic.twitter.com/wflLl8iIAp
— C. Griffin 🇺🇸 (@C__Griffin) July 11, 2017
— Eddy. C (@Venom_Eddy1984) July 11, 2017
Deray claimed this Ape from Planet of the Apes is wearing his blue vest but the ape wears it on the original movies: pic.twitter.com/KRulXB9jxD
— Mike Meltzer (@MikeMeltzer) July 11, 2017
Deray thinks he’s in the new Planet of the Apes and he’s offended by a blue Patagonia vest. pic.twitter.com/r7qI4hnMPL
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 11, 2017
I hope the black community doesn’t boycott Planet of the Apes over that Deray shit. Cause I’m gonna watch those fantastic movies regardless
— Rog (@Rog_AlGhul) July 11, 2017
The TL is reaching. Y’all STAY reaching. When I saw the Planet of The Apes trailer I did not once think about DeRay.
— Boom Shaka Chameleon (@connichameleon) July 10, 2017
Tariq you have officially become the black Alex Jones of batshit crazy, tinfoil hat wearing conspiracies.
— Jessica (@associatedjess) July 10, 2017
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