Socialists Ransack Store Over Racist H&M Hoodie

Protesters trash H&M store as race row over 'coolest monkey in the jungle' featuring black child model continues to

Gauteng police on high alert after EFF supporters trash several H&M stores

H&M apologized this week for the advert and assured its customers that the jumper will be removed from the stores completely.

The controversy began when the chain issued an image of a black child modelling a sweatshirt with the slogan "Coolest monkey in the jungle".

According to Reuters, the Economic Freedom Fighters protesters have set their sights on six stores in the province of Johannesburg, where they proceeded to drag down displays and toss clothing and other products in the store onto the floor.

H&M said despite the incident being "accidental in nature", it still took it seriously and understood the upset and discomfort it had caused.

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However, EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu congratulated members for physically confronting racism.

"At the East Rand Mall the protesters managed to enter the shop & stole several items".

Protesters angered by a "racist" H&M advertisement ransacked several of the Swedish fashion group's South African stores on Saturday.

"We're not going to leave".

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She has also revealed the comments sparked a wave of online abuse and had even been called a "monkey" - the same racist slur that sparked the outrage. "All rational people should agree that the store should not be allowed to continue operating in South Africa".

While music mogul P Diddy tweeted an altered version of the image, saying: "Put some respect on it! when you look at us make sure you see royalty and super-natural God sent glory".

"Menlyn Park shopping centre management confirms protest action at our H&M store, today 13 January 2018", said Ndebele in a statement.

More than one celebrity has cut their ties with H&M over the hoodie row.

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He was joined by rapper G-Eazy, who had been due to bring out a clothing line with H&M in March. "I'm deeply offended and will not be working with H&M anymore".

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