Smollett’s lawyer accuses Osundairo brothers of wearing whiteface makeup

The Jussie Smollett saga refuses to go away, and with good reason. In that the hoaxer regardless of the fact there’s a mountain of evidence regarding his guilt, was able to ”game-the-system” and walk away a free man because of his celebrity status.

However, Smollett is so desperate to still be viewed as a victim of racial and homophobic injustice, that he’s apparently instructed his lawyer Tina Glandian to devise another bizarre plot suggesting that the Osundairo Brothers perhaps wore “whiteface” makeup when “attacking” him.

The convoluted mind-bending devious plot conjured up by this pathological amoral liar along with his legal accomplices, would rather see the two knuckleheaded Nigerian bodybuilding brothers accused of a crime they didn’t comment, rather than admit he was the masterminded behind the hoax.

Glandian apparently earring her “thirty pieces of silver” took to the airwaves on Thursday saying when Smollett was told by police his attackers were the Osundairo brothers, whom he knew from the set of “Empire,” he was shocked.

Adding, “He did tell police that from what he saw, he thought it was white or pale skin, that’s what he initially said,” Glandian said before adding, “Obviously, you can disguise that. You can put makeup on.”

The attorney then referenced a 2016 YouTube video of Abel Osundairo wearing white makeup on his face to dress up as the Joker.
Adding, “There’s a video, it took me all of five minutes when I was looking into the brothers, one of the brothers in whiteface doing the Joker monologue,” Glandian explained.

Smollett previously told police on January 29th his attackers wore ski masks. However, he could make out they had “pale or white skin” around their eyes.

The explosive allegations by Smollett and his attorney should be seriously investigated along with the entire police investigation “reopened” once again including “all” of the materials originally provided to the grand-jury indicting Smollett on 16-felony counts, as the only remedy left within this incredible saga.

Glandian went on to explain, “There were no conditions and obviously there was no plea, there was no agreement in place.”
Adding, “The prosecution wanted Smollett to forfeit the bond, and that’s something we discussed with him, and he initially struggled with because he didn’t want the perception to be that he had done anything wrong. But at the end of the day, forfeiting $10,000 versus putting your life on hold for a year is a small price to pay.”

When pressed if Smollett will put pressure on the Chicago police to arrest the Osundairo brothers, Glandian cleverly attempted to wiggle around the question saying, “I think in light of what he’s been through the last two months, he really, just you know, he’s told me numerous times, ‘I don’t even care what happened, I want to move on.'”

Adding, “What that attack was pales in comparison to the attack on him by the mayor, by the CPD, by the press, by the public,” she shared, explaining that the alleged attack did not leave him “so badly” beaten. What he’s been through after the fact has really been a much harsher attack than what he endured that night.”

Smollett is a clever young progressive dude playing the biggest role of his acting career, and right now he’s winning…however waiting in the wings ready to make their debut on stage is the FBI along with the Department of Justice with perhaps a few questions of their own, regarding what actually took place in Chicago on that frigid night, and that threatening letter with white powder Smollett received in the mail…stay tuned.