George Floyd’s family sues Kanye West for $250m over fentanyl remarks
Lately, it seems like all Kanye West cares about is winning silly rewards in pointless games. The comments he made about the late George Floyd were the most serious consequences of his habit of speaking before his mind. The citizen of the United States who was choked to death by a police officer in the year 2020, triggering widespread protests across the country at the height of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Instead of blaming the officer’s knee, West placed the responsibility on George Floyd’s purported fentanyl addiction. It was only natural for Floyd’s relatives to respond to the smear campaign launched against their loved one. They have finally answered, and Kanye West has just gotten himself into some serious problems that is going to cost him dearly.
Complex claims that Kanye West’s remarks on the Drink Champs show have prompted a response from Roxie Washington. On behalf of George Floyd’s small kid, who is the sole heir to his estate, she is making these decisions. They are suing for $250 million through the law firms of Witherspoon Law Group and Dixon & Dixon.
They are suing for $250 million because of the slanderous statements made about George Floyd and his purported fentanyl addiction. What the attorney, Pat D. Dixon, had to say about the lawsuit: “Kanye’s comments are a repugnant attempt to discount George Floyd’s life and to profit from his inhumane death. The goal is to hold Mr. West accountable for his flagrant remarks against Mr. Floyd.”
Asphyxiation from the police officer’s knee choking was the cause of death, even though a non-lethal amount of fentanyl was found in George Floyd’s bloodstream after his murder. However, many prominent right-wing figures have also used the same deceptive assertions that Kanye West used in his speech. Derek Chauvin, a former police officer in Minneapolis, was found guilty of murder and has since resigned. That is why we kept repeating ourselves. Take part in meaningless activities and obtain meaningless rewards.