Black Man On Trial for Murder – “What’s up, y’all? You can follow me on Twitter”

How can you not hang your heads in shame and embarrassment Black America at what our racial peers are doing? Many Blacks, because of their behavior, have EARNED the prejudice heaped upon them.

You’d be forgiven for thinking if you were on trial for the death of a teen, your online presence would be at the back of your mind.

But three of the four people accused of killing Kejuan Brown, 17, at a South Carolina bowling alley were said to be more preoccupied with the cameras than the courtroom.

Jamari Trayvar Fair, 18, Dennis Ezell Gibbs, 19, and Albert Lavern Taylor, 22, are facing murder, assault and battery by a mob charges as well as possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Another 15-year-old suspect faces the same charges, though police haven’t released his name for legal reasons.

Brown was found dead at a bowling alley

Taylor, who police believe shot Brown at Tri-City Lanes bowling alley, repeatedly asked the judge about the recording equipment

He turned to the cameras and said: ‘What’s up, y’all? You can follow me on Twitter follow me on Instagram, Snapchat.’

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