Legendary Wu-Tang Clan figurehead the RZA tried to address criticism towards comments he made about Black Lives Matter, police brutality and Black youths’ attire. The results didn’t do much to help him. 

The artist and performer was attacked for a Bloomberg interview in which he put Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter in the same breath and suggested that Black men should watch how they dress. He responded to this criticism on Friday, January 8, via his Twitter account. He attempted to apologize but ultimately doubled down on his controversial arguments without really putting anything new in context:

 

(H/t BET