Lil Pump has joined the developing rundown of superstars who are boycotting Gucci.
The 18-year-old rapper took to Instagram on Wednesday to censure the Italian mark over its blackface embarrassment. Gucci has gotten significant reaction lately for a knitwear plan that evoked supremacist symbolism. The dark balaclava sweater highlighted an extensive mouth cut-out that was surrounded via childish red lips, like those seen on against dark exaggerations promoted amid the Jim Crow time.
"Hello tune in, with all that poo going on with Gucci. I am not supporting that poo," Pump said in an Instagram Live communicate. "Such supremacist poo, no sir! No, sir!"
In spite of the fact that Pump demands he will never again bolster the design house, he said he won't resign his 2017 breakout single "Gucci Gang."
"That done melody completely changed me," he told fans. "That is the main motivation behind why I will continue playing out that melody, 'cause that is the tune that transformed me. I went from broke to rich to that melody. In this way, you know, what will be will be."
Gucci has since apologized for the misguided sweater and has pulled the thing from its racks. Gucci innovative chief Alessandro Michele discharged an organization reminder this week demanding he never expected to cause offense.
"The way that, conflictingly to my goals, that turtle-neck jumper evoked a bigot symbolism causes me the best melancholy," the planner composed. "In any case, I am mindful that occasionally our activities can finish up with causing [sic] accidental impacts. It is in this manner essential taking full responsibility for these impacts."
Spike Lee, Dapper Dan, Soulja Boy, and T.I. are only a portion of the stars who have scrutinized the mark over the sweater. Superstars like Floyd Mayweather and Kodak Black have rejected the shock and said they have no aim to blacklist Gucci.