Candace Owens Threatens to Sue George Floyd's Family to Defend Kanye West
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On her podcast show, the conservative political commentator reveals that she may sue George Floyd's family after they issued a cease-and-desist letter against the 'Gold Digger' rapper.

AceShowbiz - Candace Owens is ready to go extreme lengths to defend her friend Kanye West. On her podcast show, the conservative political commentator claimed that she might sue George Floyd's family after they issued a cease-and-desist letter against the rapper.

"I'm also sick of frivolous lawsuits," Candace said on her podcast show. "You know, if this is actually considered credible - if you can sue somebody because you're feeling 'emotionally distressed' because of them going out and saying things - well then I think that I have grounds to sue George Floyd's estate."

Candace believed that the complaint against Ye was "nothing more than a PR stunt." The conservative pundit added, "I have grounds to sue George Floyd's family for doing this little PR stunt. It's causing me a ton of distress. I feel angry and I feel upset with the fact that I am fighting for black America to be freed from the lies, while these people are fighting to keep them in the dark."

She then accused the media of working together with George's family to "bury evidence." She divulged, "In fact, we should be able to sue Black Lives Matter. We should be able to sue the media that is clearly colluding with George Floyd's family so that they can bury the evidence. Nobody is going to shut up and I will fight tooth and nail for people to see the truth."

Earlier this month, it was reported that Kanye faced a $250 million lawsuit by Roxie Washington, the mother of George's daughter. She was reportedly planning to take action against the 45-year-old rapper for harassment, misappropriation, defamation and infliction of emotional distress after he recently alleged George died as a result of fentanyl use instead of as a result of police brutality.

The family had already issued a cease-and-desist letter to the "Jesus Is King" artist for making "false statements about George Floyd's death to promote his brands, and increase marketing value and revenue for himself, his business partners, and associates," Witherspoon Law Group and Dixon and Dixon Attorneys at Law confirmed.

The letter read in part, "Mr. Floyd's cause of death is well-settled through evidence presented in courts of law during the criminal and civil trials that were the result of his untimely and horrific death. Nevertheless, you have maliciously made statements that are inaccurate and unfounded, causing damage to Mr. Floyd's estate and his family."

The "Stronger" rapper was also accused of making "blatantly false" and "malicious" comments. The letter added that Gianna was being "retraumatized" by the embattled musician's remarks which were "creating an unsafe and unhealthy environment for her."

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