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A quick search for "my grandmother" on Twitter leads to black and white sepia-toned images of everyone from Kim Kardashian to Adolf Hitler.
On Feb. 4, angry Indians burnt posters of Greta Thunberg, Rihanna and Mia Khalifa, asking them to come to their "senses".
Two days ago, Twitter had blocked about 250 accounts and tweets that showed support for the farmers’ protest and criticised the government.
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Beyoncé, Solange, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, and Rihanna released provocative, forward-thinking albums during the rise of the Trump candidacy, solidifying Black music's legacy as protest music.