The boy’s family of H & M ads moved because of threats.
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The family of the child from the scandalous advertising photo of the store H & amp; M was forced to move out of security concerns.
Last week, South African activists, indignant at the image of a black child in a sweatshirt with the inscription “The coolest monkey in the jungle”, attacked several H & M stores.
The fact that the family of five-year-old Liam Mango was forced to move from home in Stockholm, the BBC told his mother Terry Mango.
As Mango says, she continues to be harassed online because of her statement that she does not see a racist message in H & amp; M photos.
“They think I sold myself, I’m a disgrace to African Americans and all blacks, they think I sold my son for money,” says Terry Mango.
“I respect the opinion of others on this issue, I know that racism exists, but I do not consider the inscription on a racist sweatshirt,” she added.
Scandal around the photo of Liam Mango in recent days is gaining momentum. On Saturday, several shops in South Africa were attacked by leftist radicals.
The attacks were coordinated by the left-wing radical party “Fighters for Economic Freedom,” which found the advertisement of H & amp; M to be a blatant manifestation of racism.
The company apologized for the photo a few days before the attacks, but activists in South Africa said they were not being accepted.
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A member of the “Fighters for Economic Freedom” party, Floyd Shivambu, on Saturday in “Twitter” described what happened as a consequence of the manifestation of racism: “All reasonable people must agree that [H & M] stores should not be allowed to continue working in South Africa.”
The well-known Canadian musician The Weeknd, who collaborated with H & amp; M, joined the list of critics and announced the severance of relations with the company. Later, his example was followed by rapper G-Eazy, who in March released a clothing line with H & amp; M.
Five-year-old Liam Mango, according to his mother, does not understand the excitement that caused his photo.
“He does not understand what’s going on, he’s only five years old.” He had not yet come across [with racism], “the BBC told Terry Mango.