Kanye West went on his Instagram account on Sunday (Oct. 30) and shared a lengthy note aimed directly at the mother of George Floyd's daughter, Roxie Washington, who also is planning to sue Kanye for $250 million for offense because Ye said Floyd died from fentanyl, not a police officer crouching down on Floyd's neck.
"Now for Roxie Washington and Roxie Washington ALONE," Ye writes. "I gave the family $2 million out of my pocket. To help George's daughter...Your daughter!"
"I can guarantee that most of those that came for me after my comments didn’t do what I did! Even those with millions of dollars in the bank!" he continues. "How much did BLM give???? Many gave words. I ACTED."
"Now you want to sue me for $250 million dollars because of words," Kanye continues, referring to the $250 million lawsuit Roxie Washington's attorneys filed towards Kanye in early October for his objectionable statements about how George Floyd died during his appearance on Drink Champs. "When I'm going through an Economic Lynching, a Digital Lynching, a Social Credit Score bankrupting, you're either controlled or greedy."
Kanye goes on to say that Roxie now must "get some business" and makes fun of the hat she's wearing in a dated photo that accompanies the Chicago rapper's Instagram post.
"But you better get some business...4 GOD be mad," he adds. "This is how you try to get money from someone who was there for your family???? You will never get money from anybody else. GOD don't like ugly... Look at your motherfucking hat. Yo hat ugly...You know how I feel about an ugly ass hat."
Kanye then expresses regret to George Floyd's family.
"To the Floyd family: I humbly apologized to you and the black community for my comments on Drink Champs. "Now come get Roxie before she messes up all y'all money," he says. The Bible is the umbilical chord...Stay Connected."
Kanye already apologized to George Floyd's family and the Black community for his irresponsible and disrespectful statements regarding how George Floyd died on Drink Champs.
The Grammy Award-winning performer answered questions and addressed cameras outside of a Los Angeles store on Friday (Oct. 28). Kanye stated that God has humbled him and that he regrets saying those remarks towards George Floyd.