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#GOAT: BLM Riot Turns Into MAGA YMCA Dance Party

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BLM protest turns into MAGA YMCA dance party and it’s just what the doctor ordered

September 6, 2020 | Vivek Saxena | Biz Pac Review

Not all heroes wear capes. Some like Billboard Top 40 recording artist Ricky Rebel wear glittery clothes and makeup.

Flashback to Aug. 22nd, when a crowd of Black Lives Matter extremists descended into the Beverly Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles and, as usual, began causing trouble.

Watch some of the action below (*Graphic content):

In response, one man — a hero — donned his flamboyant superhero outfit, drew a microphone from his superhero belt and then sang some superhero music. That hero was Ricky Rebel, the brother of former Pussycat Dolls member Kaya Jones.

Watch, and be awed:

THAT is a peaceful protest, and unlike virtually every encounter involving BLM extremists, there was no harassment, no vandalism, no arson and no hate.

Moreover, present at this impromptu “MAGA YMCA Dance Party,” as Ricky Rebel has dubbed it, was a diverse mixture of Americans, including heterosexuals, bisexuals, homosexuals, whites, blacks, Hispanics, Asians, tall people, short people, even the cops.

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