This inside look at the Jussie Smollett attack shows all the details of the racist hoax

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The radical Left would like the entire country to believe that America First Republicans are racists.

The Jussie Smollett attack was a perfect example of how far activists are willing to go for the narrative.

But this inside look at the Jussie Smollett attack shows all the details of the racist hoax.

Smollet’s white supremacist hoax landed him in county jail

In January of 2019, actor Jussie Smollett of the hit tv show Empire told a harrowing story of an attack by two white supremacists in Chicago. He described them as wearing Trump campaign gear and said they were acting out of racist anger.

The story quickly became a national talking point and was picked up by activists in the media. It was called a “hate crime” in the press, which drew in some protests and outrage from people on the Left. 

Nearly two years later, Jussie Smollett was convicted of felony disorderly conduct on five counts. Several months after that, he was sentenced to roughly five months in a county jail.

Now the Nigerian brothers who helped Smollett create the fake race attack are speaking out.

The brothers were planning on heading back to Nigeria after payment

The brothers involved in the Jussie Smollett hoax, Bola and Ola Osundairo, have finally given their first public interview since the prosecution of Smollett. The pair shared their piece in an interview with Fox Nation this past week.

The brothers spoke about the day the news broke, joked about being “white supremacists,” and even explained how the staged attack could have affected their standing in the LGBTQ+ community.

Bola remembered when the story first hit the internet. “A friend of mine had sent me a screenshot of the front page of, I believe a TMZ article, that showed that Jussie had been attacked,” he said. “I ran to my brother and was like, ‘Yo, mission accomplished. We did it.’”

They then went on to collect the remainder of their payment. Apparently, Smollett had only paid them $3,500 for the staged attack and said he would pay them another $500 when the news went national. 

After that, they “were supposed to leave for Nigeria.”

The brother’s laughed about being “white supremacists”

Smollett started to give press statements alleging that the attackers were “white supremacists,” but that didn’t last long. The interviewer asked if they realized that the former Chicago Police Superintendent could tell from the videos that they were black.

Ola defended his acting skills by stating, “I feel like he’s just saying that…we were in character the whole time.”

“So you think you guys are believable White supremacists?” the interviewer half joked. 

Bola broke out in laughter and said “100 percent! Look at me.”

They seemed to show concern about their public image in a MAGA hat

They went on to discuss the media’s portrayal of them and the images released after the attack. They specifically discussed the red hat that one of the brothers wore that night. Bola was concerned that the people would focus on it.

He said he was concerned that black and LGBTQ+ communities would be outraged by the MAGA hat. The whole event had a major impact on the brothers. Bola said that “sometimes, once the toothpaste gets out of the tube, you can get it back in there.”

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.