George Floyd’s Baby Mama Slaps Kanye West With $250 Million Lawsuit


Last Updated on October 18, 2022

George Floyd’s baby mama has slapped Kanye West with a $250 million anti-speech lawsuit after he told the truth about the BLM martyr’s fentanyl-induced death in an interview with the Drink Champs Podcast.

Roxie Washington and her lawyers announced through a press release on Tuesday that she’s filing a $250 million lawsuit against Kanye West after the rapper and free speech icon told the truth about George Floyd’s death in a Drink Champs Podcast interview. Washington is one of the numerous women that Floyd had children with.

In announcing her lawsuit, Washington, through her lawyers, accused West of 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.”

“The interests of the child are [the] priority,” says Washington’s lawyer, Nuru Witherspoon.“George Floyd’s daughter is being traumatized by Kanye West’s comments and he’s creating an unsafe and unhealthy environment for her,” Witherspoon claims.

Amazingly, West has already donated millions of dollars to the Floyd family and secured college educations for Floyd’s kids, having joined countless other celebrities in giving the Floyds money after George’s death in 2020.

But after his comments on the Drink Champs Podcast and a left-wing media storm attacking his speech across the board, the Floyd family piled onto West in search of hundreds of millions of more dollars.

“They hit him with the fentanyl,” West told the Drink Champs Podcast. “If you look, the guy’s knee wasn’t even on his neck like that,” he said, explaining that the Black Lives Matter movement was built on a hoax and designed to take advantage of black people politically.

“When he said ‘mama,’ mama is his girlfriend. They said he screamed for his mama. Mama was his girlfriend,” West said.

West’s explanation for Floyd’s death echoed information confirmed in court documents, exposing the fact that George Floyd had enough fentanyl and methamphetamine in his body to “kill three humans” when he died in Minneapolis Police custody.

Almost immediately after West made the comments, Floyd’s family and their “civil rights attorneys” started threatening lawsuits, even though what West said was true.

The steady stream of attacks on Kanye West’s free speech in recent weeks has drawn comparison to the long-term attacks on Alex Jones, which culminated in his being ordered to pay nearly $1 billion for the crime of questioning the official Sandy Hook narrative.