For a country that believes in the right to bear arms, much of America seems to have a problem with the “Not F***ing Around Coalition (NFAC). Perhaps it’s the fact that it’s an armed Black militia – but after being heavily criticized after three people were shot over the weekend in Louisville, the group’s leader, Grandmaster Jay, has encouraged anyone who has a problem to bring it to them face to face.
“That’s why they hating on this sh*t cuz this about Black people. Most of the people who got negative sh*t to say or who’s buying into it, they’re either white people, another race or you one of these negroids that hang out with them and got that mentality that rather than lift up what your brothers and sisters is out there doing, you gotta find something to hate on cause your a** is a coward, your a** is weak,” Jay said in a video on Twitter.
“If you got a problem with me, I’m gon’ do some straight up gangtsa sh*t. Tell me where. We will pull up, you pull up and we can settle it just like that. Now I said it on behalf of the NFAC. Y’all ain’t gon’ keep running y’all mouth about us and then think like ain’t sh*t gon’ happen,” Jay continued. “Our enemy is the white folk and the people that try to attack us. Don’t make you our enemy. We’re trying to get some sh*t done. Y’all niggas is messy like some b**ches.”
Saturday as the NFAC was preparing to march to demand justice for Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky three people were shot. Jay said it was an accident that occurred because a member passed out from the heat and their gun fired. Born John Jay Fitzgerald Johnson, Jay said the media blew reports out of proportion.
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He echoed similar sentiments in a separate video which some said was aimed at popular social media activist Tariq Nasheed after Nasheed criticized Jay and alleged he planned to join the Boogaloo Boys, which has been dubbed a white supremacist group.
“When we’re in the business of trying to liberate our people and you talk against us, every Black person should pay attention to the Black people that are talking hard … or negatively against something that’s happening that’s good for your own people,” Jay said.
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