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Venus Williams is a staple when it comes to Black women pushing the culture forward, but her latest comments have fans questioning their loyalty.

Earlier this week, Serena Williams received praise for using her voice to speak out against police brutality in a heartfelt post she shared on Facebook, promising she “won’t be silent.”

When a reporter asked Venus about her sister’s commendable stance, she replied, “I haven’t seen the post. I think all lives matter, so I can’t comment.”

That’s all Twitter needed to hear to let Venus feel the wrath:

“All Lives Matter” is a controversial and close-minded phrase used to ignore the Black Lives Matter movement.

So Venus Williams proves that just because you share parents, doesn’t mean you share beliefs.

PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter, Getty

 

9 thoughts on “Venus Williams Says All Lives Matter And Twitter Goes Ballistic

  1. rqp41896 on said:

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  2. Mac Ben on said:

    Some of you are plain dumb- ALL LIVES MATTER! Contrary to what big media is reporting police nationwide are killing indiscriminately. 716 people have been shot by these bastards, ~170 have been black. So Venus is correct- all lives matter.

  3. Ms kim on said:

    LARRY WHY COMMENT ON AN AFRICAN AMERICAN SITE, BEAT IT ON BACK TO THE NY TIMES, WERE GOOD OVER HERE! AND WE LOVE THE WILLIAMS SISTERS

      • RENO2AC on said:

        You’re funny. A “Scholar.” Yeah…in Stupidity! Only a stupid man thinks he really is as smart as he thinks he is.

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