Virgil Abloh's been under fire in the past 24 hours for his comments regarding the recent protests across the country, especially when it came to his "streetwear is dead" comments. Abloh's comments came across as slighting the racial injustices that people are fighting for across the country over brick-and-mortar stores that can be replaced. 

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"Yesterday, I spoke about how my stores and stores of my friends were looted. I apologize that it seemed like my concern for those stores outweighed my concern for our right to protest injustice and express our anger and rage in this moment," he said.

"Buildings are brick and mortar and material things can be replaced, people can't. Black lives matter. In this moment, those other things don't," he wrote. "People who criticize 'looting' often do also as way to make it seem like our fight against injustice isn't legitimate. I did not realize the ways my comments accidentally contributed to that narrative. As mentioned yesterday, if looting eases pains nd further the overall mission, it is within good standing with me."

Immediately after, he explained the $50 donation that he's been hounded over. He explained that it wasn't the only donation that he made and apologized that it came across that way. "I can understand your frustration if you think my contributions were limited to $50. purely false when it comes to the total. I have donated $20,500 to bail funds and other causes related to this movement."

Read his entire apology below.