Daniel Cameron Responds To Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘SNL’ Comments

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said he wasn't hurt by Megan Thee Stallion's scathing criticism of him during a Saturday Night Live (SNL) performance Monday (October 5), TMZ reported.

The SNL performance used a sound bite from activist Tamika Mallory, who called Cameron a "sellout negro" among other insults for how he has handled Breonna Taylor's case. Cameron appeared on Fox & Friends Tuesday (October 6), saying he is going by this philosophy: sticks and stones. He added he has dealt with such comments since college, and that it's nothing new for a Black Republican.

Mallory also compared the Kentucky AG to the Black people who sold their own back into slavey, the wall behind her reading "Daniel Cameron is No Different."

Cameron agreed with Stallion's sentiments on protecting Black women, but reaffirmed that he did his job and refused to "cave into the public narrative."

Last week, Cameron agreed to release the record of the proceedings to the public following after an anonymous juror criticized his approach to the case. A grand jury decided not to to charge any of the three Louisville officers involved in Taylor's shooting death on March 13. Brett Hankison was charged with wanton endangerment for allegedly shooting into neighboring apartments.

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