Conservative commentator and BLEXIT Leader Candace Owens says she’s heartbroken to see how black culture has disintegrated due to the outside influences of the liberal entertainment industry.
Expressing her dismay in a pair of tweets on Thursday, Owens bemoans how both black music and television have changed over the years.
“Black culture honestly breaks my heart. It disintegrated so quickly from topics of faith family & love to absolute debauchery. We went from the Temptations and Commodores to naked women debasing themselves in the blink of an eye,” Owens writes.
“We are ruining black children with false idols,” she says, noting how the values of black families portrayed on television have changed, from those of “The Jeffersons” and “Family Matters” sitcoms to the likes of today’s “reality” shows of the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise.
Owens says black Americans are being held back, not so much by racism as by the degraded cultural values being promoted to them:
“We went from the Huxtables, the Winslows and the Jeffersons to the cast of Love N Hip Hop and we think it’s racism that’s keeping us from excelling in this country.
“This culture was not created by us, it was designed for us.
“Few have the courage to call it out.”
Owens’ BLEXIT movement seeks to introduce conservative values to urban communities.