On Tuesday, a list from American Urban Radio Network’s by April Ryan, issued a list of artist that were boycotting the state of Florida until they lifted t heir ‘Stand Your Ground’ law. While Stevie Wonder publicly announced his boycott, artist such as Madonna, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, Jay Z, The Rolling Stones and few others are denying that they are boycotting. (Source)
While some are choosing to boycott performing in the state of Florida, R&B Diva LA co-star, Lil Mo, is urging artist not to boycott. On Twitter, Mo said, “Ever since the verdict, a certain artist is boycotting the state of florida. The fans don’t deserve to be deserted.”
Lil Mo made it very clear that she wasn’t slamming the legend, but did question if the money was right would he take a gig.
“If the coin was right, would HIS staff accept or deny the gig? And if so how would he know? They could say it’s sumpter, sc or nah?”
“some artists have staff that dedicate their LIFE to that artist so when that artists expires the TEAM outta work. Think abt it b4 u buck.”
“I’m merely stating don’t boycott. Do a benefit concert give the proceed to the family. My family normally vacations in FLORIDA july 22-aug 2. BUT, As of today we have reneged and will go to Another state instead.”
Do you agree with Lil Mo or should artist boycott Florida or any of the states that have the ‘Stand Your Ground’ law?
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