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DNC Guest Speaker Linked to Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan

Rapper's ties to leader who described Jewish people as 'satanic' exposed

 on 21st August 2020 @ 9.00pm
common has been photographed with farrakhan and promoted farrakhan on social media © press
Common has been photographed with Farrakhan and promoted Farrakhan on social media.

On the final night of the Democratic National Convention, a performance from the rapper Common who has long-standing ties to the Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was featured.

Farrakhan, who has frequently described Jewish people as “satanic,” and also blamed them for both the Holocaust and the Sept. 11, 2011, terrorist attacks.

Farrakhan also once praised Adolf Hitler as a “very great man.”

The Islamic leader also denounced interracial marriage, claiming it “mongrelized” the black race.

Common, who was born Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr., performed during the convention ahead of Vice President Joe Biden’s acceptance of the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination

Common has been photographed with Farrakhan and promoted Farrakhan on social media.

nation of islam leader louis farrakhan pictured with former president barack obama © press
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan pictured with former President Barack Obama

In 2014 Common tweeted;

"Peace & Blessings. Minister Farrakhan is speaking LIVE now to talk about these troubled times. Go to"

He was also featured on a music compilation project that Farrakhan released in February 2018.

common performed with john legend on the final night of the democratic national convention © press
Common performed with John legend on the final night of the Democratic National Convention

In the same year, Common approvingly posted a clip of Farrakhan on his Instagram page with the caption:

“Wise words being spoken!”

In 2006, Common was pictured with Farrakhan at an event.

But the rapper's ties to Farrakhan go back even further.

Common was also one of several rappers to appear at a 1997 anti-violence concert organized by Farrakhan, as per The Washington Post.

In 1995, the rapper also praised the Nation of Islam’s Chicago arm during an interview on BET’s “Rap City.”

“The Nation of Chicago. Real strong in the crib, man. They just opened up Salam restaurant. I went to Saviors’ Day back in April. It was real phat [sic], man,” he said.

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