Facebook user, Ed Stack, from Cuyahoga Falls, OH, shared a screenshot from a conversation he was having with a black woman, Niela Johnson, who was selling her #BlackLivesMatter shirts on Facebook Marketplace.
Ed was accusing Niela of being a racist and asking people not to buy her merchandise, but he only posted half of the screenshots.
Once the post started gaining some traction, people started coming to Niela’s defense. The remainder of the screenshots were posted by other users… which depicted a totally separate picture than Ed was trying to paint. Take a look at below.
Ed really tried it… but thanks to the post he shared, he helped her generate a ton of orders. It’s so sad some people are really against the #BlackLivesMatter movement, especially when it’s clear how unfairly black people (& other people of color) are treated compared to white people.
Take a look at her shirt design below… if you would like to order a shirt, you can contact Niela on Facebook. >>>>> CLICK HERE
Everybody please support Niela. #BLM
UPDATED: 6/13/20… Niela said Ed has apologized!