The drill MC claims police and probation services wanted to recall him for posting about the movement.
Drill rapper Digga D has said that the police have forbidden him from speaking about Black Lives Matter because it’s “promoting violence.” The artist, who is on probation, posted a picture of himself with a sign in support of the movement on social media over the weekend.
Yesterday, Digga D shared a statement on Twitter, writing that the police and probation services “wanted to recall” him and have made his license conditions “worse than they already are” as a result. Read the statement in full below.
— Digga D (@DiggaD_CGM) June 14, 2020
Update (16 June): Stefflon Don has shared a statement saying that her brother, Dutchavelli, who is on license, is now wanted by police for saying that he would attend a Black Lives Matter rally on Instagram Live. He did not attend a protest. Lavida Loca has also stated on Twitter that she has received a warning from police in relation to Black Lives Matter and her probation.
Crack Magazine has contacted a representative of Digga D for comment. We will continue to update this article as the story develops.