West Coast rapper Game is the latest celebrity to speak out against H&M. The hip-hop veteran has publicly blasted the clothing line over its now-infamous racist advertisement.
The Los Angeles native went to Instagram Tuesday (January 9) and did not hold back his anger.
Earlier in the day, H&M issued a statement apologizing over an insensitive ad campaign.
The announcement came hours after crooner The Weeknd cut ties with the company over its advertisement.
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) January 8, 2018
Over the last 48 hours, celebs have bashed H&M and unleashed their emotions.
On god https://t.co/oJuZYiuRf4
— stealth level boat (@lilyachty) January 9, 2018
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I’m sure the apologies are a coming. And the ads will be pulled. I’m certain there will Be media fixers and whatnot and maybe a grand gesture like a donation to some charity (donations under these circumstances are the corporate version #SomeOfMyBestFriendsAre move if there ever was one) all this tells me about @HM is that the seats in the boardroom lack something…wanna take a guess?
— 4HUNNID (@YG) January 9, 2018