BLM and DTP protesters vandalise Elvis Presley's iconic Graceland

Political movements have been a big  across the world lately, and not even Elvis Presley is safe from troublemakers.

Vandals who took part in the Black Lives Matter and Defund the Police protests attacked the Graceland, the estate of the famous singer.

Before his death on August 16, 1977, at age 42, Elvis lived at the estate for two decades. However it was covered in slogans.

Painted onto the walls, it said “Abolish ICE”, “Defund MPD” and “F*** Trump”, covering artwork and words from fans.

In the early morning of Tuesday 1st September, workers at the museum that has been opened since 1982, found the graffiti.

Elvis step brother responded to the attack saying, “This is totally uncalled for, one of the saddest days of my life. I mean, besides the day that Elvis passed away, this right here is right up next to it.”

The vandalism is now being investigated by Memphis police.

 

 


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