I'm not sure if I mentioned it, but about six months ago I went to the most upscale mall in my area (Gucci, Burberry, Pink, Louis Vuitton, etc) and about two-thirds of the crowd in the building were black people. It was such an unusual sight that I thought at first that they were African diplomats or royalty. But, when I listened to them they were all speaking in urban dialect so it appears that they were all African-American from the nearby city. It was funny, because I could hear other white people around me stage whispering to each other, "Why are there so many black people here today?"
I went home and searched around the Internet using phrases like "Why have there been so many black people at luxury retail stores in 2020?" And, I found that people were saying that the Black Lives Matter organization was so deluged with donations from woke corporations and liberal NPCs after the riots that the leaders of it had started handing out cash to their friends and relatives, apparently with little fear that they would get in trouble for it. Apparently, it isn't uncommon right now to see people walking around inner city neighborhoods with genuine Vuitton bags and Gucci track jackets that are legit, purchased at full retail.