Well, guys, this weekend was St-Jean-Baptiste. It was a super fun weekend, with people celebrating Fete Nationale in all their own special ways.
Of course, it's not a celebration in this province without just a little bit of controversy, and trust, people had tons AF to say about this year's "racist" float that seemed to make an appearance.
This is about the Quebec float video going around. It wasn't a diversity parade. It was Saint Jean Baptiste Day. The people pushing the cart— Josh🐰🐱🐦🐸🦌🦉 (@spicykimchi13) June 25, 2017
Quebec attempts... racial diversity ??? on its national holiday and the results are horrifying, holy shit https://t.co/I5RKQVNx4T— J. (@velocipietonne) June 24, 2017
This is slander..an innocent float nothing more nothing less..Canada is diverse? By if a black person takes part the organizer is racist FFS— Jules Verne (@poolsadie) June 26, 2017
Whoever Designed That Suckaaa Ass Racist Float in the Fête Nationale Parade in #Montreal NEEDS 2 Get Punched in the Face!— Brian Kowlessar (@PLaY_BK) June 25, 2017
Did the float have English subtitles? Quebec is not English Friendly.— Mark Blackmore (@mp_willow) June 25, 2017
Bonne fête du nationale du Québec 💙 sauf pour les racist fuck qui on organisés la parade de la St-Jean à Montréal... https://t.co/WJLZLn8xrk— Audrey Ivory (@ivory_wild) June 25, 2017