Hosea Chanchez took to the streets of Instagram and shared a passionate post where he spoke out in support of Megan Thee Stallion.

A few days after Christmas, audio leaked online from Tory Lanez‘s phone call from jail to Kelsey Harris.

Hosea, who stars in Paramount+’s revival of “The Game,” said after hearing the call his “heart further bleeds” for Megan.

“The amount of trauma and damage she’s faced through the assault, judgment, and callousness by her own people is sad. The amount of black women & men who didn’t & still don’t believe her is sickening.”

Hosea Chanchez did acknowledge there are a lot of inconsistencies in the case but accused Kylie Jenner of getting everyone “blackout drunk” at her home that night.

He went on to note that had it been Kylie who was shot that night, she wouldn’t have had to convince anyone of anything.

Last, but certainly not least, the 41-year-old actor spoke on the importance of protecting Black women.

Read his full post below.

MEGAN PETE – using her real name because she’s a real human being not a prop or a stallion, she’s a black woman who was assaulted by a man.

After hearing the 911 call and the jail call, my heart further bleeds for this woman. Imagine being shot multiple times and then protecting the shooter by lying for him (the logic behind that alone is mind blowing to me).

The amount of trauma and damage she’s faced through the assault, judgment and callousness by her own people is sad.

The amount of black women & men who didn’t & still don’t believe her is sickening. Yes – there are inconsistencies, which is normal cuz clearly Kylie got everyone blackout drunk upon entering her home that night.

I Guarantee you this, if this had happen to KYLIE that night she wouldn’t have to convince anyone she was shot and by who? Never!!

Megan will have a long road to becoming healthy and whole again. However, One things clear to me, God has his hand over her life because I don’t know many HUMANS who can navigate some of what she’s been through in her life and still crack a smile.

“Protect Black Women” has become a popular hashtag in our community, but we have to actually do the work for it to matter! #GOD #ProtectBlackWomen #IStandWithMegan #StopAssaultPeriod

See Hosea’s original post below.

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