Damien Hirst. No we won’t forget about it. You are plagiarising us ..’

As a proud Afrobrit of his ancenstry and culture that’s beauty and full, this is why I won’t, and I speak for my fellow coloured people in the diaspora. We won’t forget about it. This is our Yoruba heritage.

This is blatant plagiarism by Mr Hirst. How about enough now. You have wollowed in murky muddy dirty waters this time. Fortunately. Now we can read and write.

Use your whiteness to do more good and stop perpetuating colonialism. Pillaging and plundering to bastardise our heritage as coloured people? Really !!! S.T.O.P.


We grew up with our own culture and value it’s essence and presence in our lives. Get your own ..’

By Aremuorin

#MercyfulGrace #Love #truths

What’s your view? Share this with someone! Dont wait. Pass it on ..’

Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Jazz, Soul-R&B Multi Award Winning Indie Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer. No1, 49+ Weeks, Jazz Charts.

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3 responses to “Damien Hirst. No we won’t forget about it. You are plagiarising us ..’”

  1. […] Damien Hirst is a prime example who recently reincarnated this co controversial muddy watered, notion, before he got circumnavigated by the media, and indegenous blacks protecting their cultures, traditions and history ..’   By Aremuorin […]


  2. […] Damien Hirst faltered; miserably, recently trying to appropriate African art recently in Vienna. He got savaged by the media and its original authors and owners worldwide when he attempted to take credit for it. Epic fail. […]


  3. […] They said blacks as young as 13 where coming out of back streets congregating. They were hooded or masked […]


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