A woman in Georgia is being dragged on Twitter for showing off a new tattoo reading, “WHITE LIVES MATTER”.
The tattoo, which appears to be a response to the recent Black Lives Matter protests ignited by the shocking death of George Floyd, began circulating on social media this weekend after it was shared to Facebook by the woman.
In a Twitter post that has been shared nearly 13,000 times, Jon B writes: “She got the McDonald’s Font.”
She got the McDonald’s Font pic.twitter.com/YNmMsFsuX3
— Jon B (@theprototype914) June 8, 2020
Twitter users had a hard time believing the photo was real until Tristan James shared a recent photo of the woman taken inside a Smyrna, Ga., Kroger.
“My friend saw her in Kroger in Smyrna, Ga.,” James wrote.
My friend saw her in Kroger in Smyrna, Ga. pic.twitter.com/9eIxbnbPsb
— Tristan James (@triharry88) June 10, 2020
Ku Klux Karen
— zurie 🇭🇹 BLM (@caribbeanthot) June 10, 2020
The McDonald’s font 😂😂😂😂😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/KzPnccUhaj
— yuki_witdagoodcoochie (@Dee16782705) June 10, 2020
— Bush Feet (@toetrees) June 10, 2020
🎶Bada bah bah baaah, you racist f*ck🎶
— Nah, Fuck A Good Day…⚜️ (@lilgoddamn_III) June 10, 2020
She was kind enough not to appropriate a different hate symbol and just sport her own brand
— Megan Sass (@Megan_Sass) June 10, 2020
Ba Da Dat Da Da I’m Ignorant
— rick wood (@Rickw00d) June 10, 2020
In black ink 🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻
— Mark (@Behavioristt) June 10, 2020