Mac Miller posted a series of tweets Tuesday (December 15) regarding race, including one in which he questions White Rap listeners Regarding #BlackLivesMatter.

“Dear White People who listen to rap music… What have you done for the #BlackLivesMatter movement,” the Pittsburgh rapper wrote on twitter.

Mac Miller’s tweets also addressed racism. “Also white people, reverse racism isn’t real,” he wrote. “Racism describes a system built to keep a race or ethnicity away from success and evolution. We are all not the same. We are all different, different cultures, and all of them beautiful. The whole ‘everybody is the same’ is weak.”

He also continues his long-running disses of presidential candidate Donald Trump by writing “There is work to do” because of “the ridiculously large amount of humans who are down to have Donald Trump be present.”

Later in his tweets, Mac Miller responds to a statement that he’s “making it seem like music is dividing race now. Music is supposed to unify not separate.”

“Music is something brining people together for sure,” Mac Miller responds. “But just because we listen to rap music doesn’t mean we get it.”

Screenshots of Mac Miller’s tweets are as follows:

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