Is Trump secretly an Insecure fan?
The tweet, which comes from the account @shiningheaux, is about the latest episode of Insecure, with the Twitter user writing: “This is how I wanted tonight’s episode of insecure to end…Damn Molly.”
Like the rest of us, @shiningheaux is also confused about their tweet being liked Trump.
Some also believe that the account is actually a bot.
It’s a newly created bot account. Him liking it will draw followers to it. So tomorrow or in a couple of days when that account starts attacking black people it’ll look legitimate. He’s growth hacking.
— Dimplez 🇳🇬 (@Dimplez) June 8, 2020
Trump, who often uses Twitter to address any and all criticisms or claims against him, has yet to speak on his only liked tweet. Maybe he’s arranging a news conference solely to speak on this.
In related news, Crenshaw artist Six Sev called out the HBO show for featuring a fake version of one of his original pieces in one of its episodes back in May. In the episode, Issa Rae wore a green hoodie emblazoned with the phrase, “SUPERMALL.” In a since-deleted Instagram post, Sev wrote a lengthy post alleging the hoodie is a knockoff.
“The big bros told me it’s a better way I’m not posting this to hurt anyone but the truth needs to [be] known these people who [knocked] me off are so happy now [because] they can sell a gang of these fake ones under the impression that ‘Issa wore it,'” he wrote.
The hoodie was created in collaboration with Nipsey Hussle‘s The Marathon Clothing. The collab was also a partnership with PUMA and was aptly titled “Slauson Super Mall.” Sev previously shared an image of him with Hussle back in March 2019. The two met and after a random run-in and the artist then had a meeting with Hussle which later led to the capsule, according to The Hundreds‘ blog.