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Sheriff Candidate Says He Wore Blackface To Look Like Big Meech

2,101 views | October 13, 2019 | News | By hiphopallaround

A South Carolina sheriff candidate is via a Facebook ad revealing that he is amongst the now many politicians who wore the "blackface." Craig Stivender released the campaign ad on Tuesday, where he wants to outline the importance of transparency. “I want to tell you some things that politicians would try to hide, things that my opponents may try to use to tarnish my integrity.”
In the campaign ad, he puts the things he believes might come to light during the campaign on public display. The Republican candidate revealed that he was caught driving without his license as a 16-year-old, he also revealed he lost his temper at work as a police officer ending with him being reprimanded for his actions. But even more troubling, the candidate revealed he "dressed up" as Big Meech from BMF, to “I did it to disparage a criminal whose actions hurt our community and country. That was a different time.” He said, before continuing “Today we understand that type of costume is troubling to many. To those who may be upset, I understand your disappointment. But I value honesty, so I'm opening my campaign with transparency.” Watch the ad for yourself, down below.

 

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A South Carolina sheriff candidate is via a Facebook ad revealing that he is amongst the now many politicians who wore the “blackface.” Craig Stivender released the campaign ad on Tuesday, where he wants to outline the importance of transparency. “I want to tell you some things that politicians would try to hide, things that my opponents may try to use to tarnish my integrity.”


In the campaign ad, he puts the things he believes might come to light during the campaign on public display. The Republican candidate revealed that he was caught driving without his license as a 16-year-old, he also revealed he lost his temper at work as a police officer ending with him being reprimanded for his actions. But even more troubling, the candidate revealed he “dressed up” as Big Meech from BMF, to “I did it to disparage a criminal whose actions hurt our community and country. That was a different time.” He said, before continuing “Today we understand that type of costume is troubling to many. To those who may be upset, I understand your disappointment. But I value honesty, so I’m opening my campaign with transparency.” Watch the ad for yourself, down below.






 

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