Ah, yes! Let's #BoycottHamilton because a cast member dared to use their right of free speech to express concerns to an elected official.
— Toni-Ann Myers (@ToniAnnMyers) November 19, 2016
So it's okay to be disrespectful &gross to our VP-Elect? Even if you don't support him there's human decency. Indefensible.#BoycottHamilton
— Irma (@irmahinojosa_) November 19, 2016
The irony of the #BoycottHamilton movement is that it's mostly folks who already boycott both hip-hop and knowledge of history.
— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) November 19, 2016
Me trying to figure out how #BoycottHamilton is going to work when the show is already sold out for the next two years. pic.twitter.com/nqBuFsQ12J
— NUFF (@nuffsaidny) November 19, 2016
If #boycotthamilton goes like #boycottbeyonce I'm gonna start #boycottjohnlegend. Shit seems lucrative.
— John Legend (@johnlegend) November 19, 2016
#BoycottHamilton You mean there'll be more tickets available and less bigots at the shows? I'm all for this!
— Nate Hoss (@NateHoss) November 19, 2016
Watch that word "arrogance".Thats a term white supremacists use when Black people stand up to them #BoycottHamilton https://t.co/s7kplXY0VE
— Tariq Nasheed ?? (@tariqnasheed) November 19, 2016
you can't boycott something you can't even get tickets for. I'm actually crying at the stupidity of some people #BoycottHamilton
— ?????? ♡ (@CamBear105) November 19, 2016