CONTROVERSY SURROUNDS THE AREEST OF “BLM” MEATBALL
The arrest of "Meatball" in Philadelphia amid #BLM protests stirs controversy and raises questions about media coverage and public perception.
BLM expresses frustration with the police over the arrest of Dayjia Blackwell, known as "Meatball," who posted livestream videos that allegedly incited rioting and looting in Philadelphia under the #BLM banner.
She appeared to be jovial during these incidents but is now facing legal consequences.
Many believe that those involved in looting various stores, including liquor stores, Lululemon, Footlocker, and Apple, should be held accountable.
Some critics argue that media coverage and public perception might differ if the individuals involved were Trump supporters, highlighting potential biases in news reporting and law enforcement response.