Boosie says Netflix should remove new series based on Jeffrey Dahmer

Many people around the world have been talking about the new Netflix series”Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer.” However, some people believe the series should be pulled from the streaming service, including boosiewho took to Twitter to express his thoughts.

On Thursday, Boosie tweeted out,

As black people, we should boycott Jeffery Dahmer’s film What he did to our black kids is sick as hell #NETFLIX PUT THIS FILM DOWN, HIS DISEASE.”

He later followed up with a video reiterating those sentiments, saying:

“We black people must ban this Jeffrey Dahmer film. This is some sick shit. What he did to our race, that’s some sick shit. We need to boycott this damn movie from Netflix. That is sick. Victims’ families should be paid out of every dollar Netflix has made.”

For those unfamiliar with the Netflix series, it stars Evan Peters, who portrays serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

The series examines the stories of the victims sadly murdered by Dahmer in Wisconsin. Dahmer murdered 17 boys and gay men. He was eventually charged with the murders he committed and sentenced to life imprisonment. He later died in prison after being beaten by another inmate.

As previously reported, Rick Ross became the talk of the town on social media earlier this week when he tweeted, “Find me a pair of those Dahmer sunglasses.”

The entire series has sparked conversation on social media, as viewers noted that race played a major factor in why Jeffrey Dahmer was able to murder multiple people before he was caught.

Roommate what do you think?

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