Netflix is streaming a new true crime series about one of America’s most notorious serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer.
Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story on Netflix has been described by some as “sick” and “disturbing,” and it’s clear that the creators of the series were going for something that would make viewers uncomfortable. But what makes this series so controversial is not just its graphic content— but also how it depicts black men being tortured by Jeffrey Dahmer.
Boosie Badazz has taken to social media to express his outrage at Netflix for releasing this particular serial killer’s story. The internet is going crazy with responses.
In a video shared with his fans on social media, Boosie called on his supporters to boycott the Netflix series about Dahmer.
In the following video, Boosie said: “Us as blacks we need to ban this Jeffrey Dahmer movie this is some sick sh*t. What he did to our race. This is some sick sh*t. We need to boycott this damn movie off Netflix this is sick. The victim’s family should be getting paid off every dollar Netflix made. this sh*t is sick. We need to ban this Jeffrey Dahmer movie this is some sick sh*t.”
A large number of people on social media disagreed with Boosie’s views about the Netflix series.
Dej a Twitter user, responded to the video with these words: “I feel you Boosie the families definitely deserve a cut of that pie, but it’s really bringing awareness and it’s something that was already public that really the newer generation didn’t know about.”
Another user who goes by the name of Griselda Blanco said: “My brother I beg to differ! I think it’s important to raise awareness about how Dahmer & the police did the victims! Many of us didn’t know these details until the movie! Furthermore boycotting will stop the jobs of black actors like Niecy Nash who worked hard to get the message out.”
The new Netflix show about serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer doesn’t just tell the story of one of America’s most notorious murderers. It also shines a light on police brutality and racism, which is why it’s especially important for people to watch it.
The show has been getting a lot of backlash from people who say that it’s glamorizing Dahmer and that it’s too graphic. But if you look at how Dahmer was treated by police—and how many of his victims were black—you’ll see that this isn’t just about his crimes; it’s about how the criminal justice system treats black people in our country.
Dahmer’s victims were often black men from poor families who were struggling with drug abuse or mental illness. When they went missing, no one cared enough to find them or help them get treatment. And when they died, no one cared enough to make sure their families received justice.
That’s why this show is so important: It shows us how racism and police brutality have shaped America for centuries, and how those systems have failed us time after time again.
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