SPEAK UP KENDALL: Fans urge, Kendall Schmidt - Heffron Drive, to speak up after being accused of appropriating the Native American redface in a music video KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, September 16, 2022

SPEAK UP KENDALL: Fans urge, Kendall Schmidt - Heffron Drive, to speak up after being accused of appropriating the Native American redface in a music video

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Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fans are urging Kendall Schmidt to speak up after being asked of appropriating the Native American redface in a music video. 

According to information, it was reported that Kendall Schmidt has been accused of mocking or making fun of the Native Americans by putting redface in a yet-to-be identified music video. 

According to information, Mica wants to say something, but keeps deleting Instagram comments, which has made fans furious. 

Information reads: "Kendall has a very special place in my heart as he has made me feel so loved and welcome in this fanbase
That's why I'm trying to start a meaningful conversation about this issue and I'm attempting to open his eyes to how harmful this is to Native American fans as well Americans in general. I simply want him to learn and grow from this, I don't mean to send any hate his way. 

"Thank you to everyone supporting me, Justine and any other indigenous Rushers. K appreciate you all, truly. 

"As a lot of you, a Heffron Drive Music video from 2016 was recently brought to my (and Justine's) attention. This video features a white woman (Mica) playing the role of Native American heroine. In the video, Mica and Kendall heroine. In the video, Mica and Kendall also imitate what is supposed to be a train indigenous rain dance. The way Mica and Kendall portrayed Native American stereotypical and thus harmful. And yes, this is 'red face'. As a native American fan, this is so very hurtful to see - especially since Kendall has gone his way in recent month to make me feel seen as an indigenous Rusher. The fact that this video seems to have flown under the radar until it feels, quite frankly like a giant slap to the face."







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