News of the group's indictment practices hit social media last week when rapper Tiny Jag said she had unknowingly joined the August event, "but agreed to support and act as the rapper caught the wind of prizes, she said she was "triggered.
"A friend of mine who is not a POC made it clear to me that AfroFuture is asking double the amount from non-colored people to participate in the festival as a POC," she tweeted on July 2, not the views of me or the Tiny Jag team, I will not play this show, I apologize to anyone who may have been fired or insulted. "
Eventbrite said in a statement to CNN that they would not allow events involving Participants must pay different prices due to their protected characteristics such as race or race. "[1
The group justified the doubling of ticket prices for white people by letting whites have the privilege of attending festivals in" POC cities. "In other words, the group says white people can afford tickets to every event in every city while black and brown people can not afford tickets.
"This cycle disproportionately displaces black and brown people to enjoy entertainment in their own communities," the group said on Eventbrite.
After all the setbacks The group tweeted Sunday night that they had their own Decision on ticket prices because they had "D Roots of white supremacists received "and children" were affected by the onset of racist activities ts "in the social media.
The ticketing formula they submitted included a $ 20 general admission fee and a "recommended donation to non-POC members."
"Events that are often designed for marginalized black and brown communities can easily be co-opted by people with cultural, financial and class privileges," wrote Afrofuture Youth in its statement on Eventbrite. The group added that they promote "justice over equality" for black teenagers.
"Non-POC individuals are encouraged to provide additional donations in recognition of this historical inequality," the group said.
CNN has asked Afrofuture Youth and Tiny Jag for comment, but none of this is heard.