A bride-to-be tried to cancel her wedding photographer over her Black Lives Matter support, but the photographer had the best response.
Keep scrolling to find out what her response was...
The Black Lives Matter movement has taken over the world...
via: GettySince the death of George Floyd, protests for the movement have been happening across the globe in volumes we've never seen before.
Racially motivated police brutality has been happening for centuries now...
via: GettyBut George's death has sparked an outrage like never before.
Thousands upon thousands of people have been taking to the streets in protest...
via: GettyAnd they are all marching for one thing: For the blatant racism and injustice in this country to be brought to an end.
Many protests turned violent...
Violent scuffles have broken out between police and far-right protesters staging a counter-protest to the Black Liv… https://t.co/tTD1IsPxJO— Andy Vermaut (@Andy Vermaut)1592058606.0
Remarkably, however, they seem to be working.
BLACK WOMEN MATTER. BLACK MEN MATTER. BLACK CHILDREN MATTER. BLACK FAMILIES MATTER. BLACK POSSIBILITIES MATTER.… https://t.co/y6dlDWKPN3— a gem (@a gem)1591104461.0
It has also taken over our streets...
Ahead of a planned protest this weekend, the road to the White House was painted with a giant "Black Lives Matter"… https://t.co/6M3H6ehuNs— David Luganda🇺🇬 (@David Luganda🇺🇬)1591398030.0
Protests have been happening across the pond too...
via: GettyHundreds of thousands of people have been taking to the streets in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
We are witnessing history in the making...
via: GettyAnd people are continuing to demand justice.
However, not everyone has been so supportive of the movement.
via: GettyAmongst the stories of positivity from the protests, there have been some tales with a slightly more sour undertone.
Blatant racism is still happening across our country...
via: GettyAnd countless stories of black people being targeted and unfairly treated are continuing to emerge.
The most recent example has come from Cincinnati.
Photographer, Shakira Rochelle shared the text exchange with her ex-customer on her Facebook.Alongside the post, Shakira wrote, "Just a friendly reminder Shakira Rochelle Photography supports the black lives matter movement endlessly."
The unnamed bride-to-be wrote in her text, "Hi Shakira. I’m sorry to say that we are requesting a refund on the deposit for our wedding."
via: TwitterShe continued by saying, " We have done a lot of talking and we cannot bring ourselves to support anyone who is so outspoken on matters that simply do not concern them as well as someone that does not believe that ALL lives matter".
"We would be truly embarrassed to have you at our event and feel that you aren't stable enough to complete the job we need from you."
via: ShutterstockCheekily she went on to say, "Please let me know when and how we can expect our refund and we are requesting to be relieved from our contract. Thanks."
But Shakira was not allowing any of that.
via: ShutterstockAs she responded, "I am sorry to hear that."
"Unfortunately the contract you signed states that your deposit is non refundable. I will email you a cancellation agreement shortly that will require your signature to forfeit your date."
via: TwitterAnd she finished the response nicely with, "I wish you a lifetime of growth and I would like to thank you for your donation to Black Lives Matter."
A response that did not go down well with the bride.
via: TwitterAs she then threatened that Shakira would be hearing from her attorney.
The post soon went viral online.
via: FacebookWith many people praising Shakira's response.
Though a few days later Shakira did have to post, shutting down the rumors that it was a business tactic.As she explained that the post had started out as a private one until her friend's request to share. She also put the rumors to bed by saying that she was already booked up until winter and had no need or even availability for new business.
At least now the money is going to a good cause!
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