The village of Marley defends her in a controversial “White Lives Matter” shirt. Kanye Westslamming critics for being “hive-minded” and telling them, “You can’t shut me up.”

The 23-year-old modeled a provocative shirt at Kanye’s Paris Fashion Week show on Monday, with some calling the move a “publicity stunt” and others openly criticizing the couple for wearing it.

She wrote to Ye after receiving a barrage of abuse online for her actions, saying she wanted to “continue the conversation with depth and clarity.”

Reggae legend’s granddaughter hits out at critics over ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt

The model and granddaughter of the reggae legend also took to Instagram and called her critics a “hive mentality”.

She went on to say that she would not be bullied or talked into silence.

“You can’t make fun of me, manipulate me, or silence me. Nor will you force me to be what you want me to be.’

Marley added that those sending her hateful messages about the White Lives Matter shirt are “doing what the group tells you to do and thinking what the group tells you to think.”

“I am ready to talk. Tell Kanye West to text me when he wakes up so we can move the conversation forward and provide the necessary clarity, depth and health we all need together,” she wrote in a separate message.

Selah wrote a message to the rapper: “I think what we’ve done has obviously sparked a lot of conversation and I’d like us to continue that conversation.”

Sela Marley says she ‘likes to take risks’ and wants to ‘keep the conversation going’

She said she “likes to take risks and take liberties,” but added that “in this case, I think we can continue to discuss the depth of our decisions.”

“I like to take risks and take liberties, but in this case I think we can continue to discuss the depth of our decisions to show the purity of our intentions and ensure the healing of our community.”

She ended her message to Kanye with “love you so much. Let’s get on with it – the healthy way.”

Sella Marley is also the daughter of former Fugees lead singer Lauryn Hill, and the granddaughter of Bob Marley, the singer who chronicled the struggle of black people for freedom.

Sela Marley is the daughter of Fugees singer Lauryn Hill and Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley.

Her father is Rohan Marley, the son of a famous reggae artist. The couple had five children together before splitting in 2009, after being together since 1996, however the couple never married.

Sela was previously the face of Beyoncé’s Ivy Park SS17 sportswear line. Back in 2017, she called West a role model, saying that he “gets bullied a lot in the media,” but that it doesn’t change him from “who he is.”

“He’s been through a lot of harassment in the media and from people, but that doesn’t stop him from being who he is.”

The former NYU student first started working with West in 2017 during New York Fashion Week, telling Vogue that “he’s very passionate about everything and he makes you look forward to his next move because he’s always thinking outside the box.”

In the past, West and Sella’s mother Lauryn Hill sampled her “Mystery of Inequity” on one of his tracks from 2004’s “All Falls Down.”

Ye sampled Hill again on his 2021 album Donda, this time with “Doo Wop (That Thing)” on the track “Believe What I Say.”

West previously referred to Hill as “Our Queen.”

Kanye’s spokesperson quits in protest after white Lifes Matter shirt at Paris fashion show

In recent years, however, Kanye has supported former President Donald Trump and has regularly been seen wearing Make America Great Again hats in public.

He has also made controversial comments in the past, stating that “slavery was a choice.”

The White Lives Matter incident was so inflammatory that West’s spokesman Jason Lee quit in protest at the Paris show before taking to Instagram to write that West was “swindling black people and expanding white supremacy.”

“Very humbled and grateful to E for the opportunity to work with him, but that part of our relationship has come to an end,” he later wrote in his Instagram story.

Fashion editor Gabriela Carefa-Johnson called the T-shirts “deeply offensive, violent and dangerous,” to which West responded by mocking her outfits and saying she doesn’t understand fashion because Shadow room reported earlier.