There's nothing wrong with speaking out against domestic violence (aside from the fact that I don't want to hear it), but what purpose does it serve criticizing someone who's already dead?
In a freestyle aired at a recording of the BET Awards, which is set to air later this month (you'll know because it'll be all over Twitter in the wee hours of the morning, Vic Mensa reportedly criticized XXXTentacion for putting a shoe on his girlfriend.
As Rick Springfield would probably argue, this was a moot point, because XXXTentacion has been dead since this summer, having been gunned down by the world's most well-fed homeless kids in the parking lot of a motorcycle dealership. As I joked at the time, his days of beating up pregnant runaways is over and done with.
Later, in an Instagram video, Mensa seemed to be more concerned with people defending alleged abusers and even referring to them as legends. (Tentacion was presented with a BET Award—Best New Artist I think.) Again, I'm not sure if I buy his argument.
For example, I consider Ike Turner a hero. I think it was inconsiderate, at best, for Tina Turner to not so much as try a cake that he probably spent quite a bit of money. That doesn't mean that I condone beating up women. If I had a girlfriend, I wouldn't go upside her head for wasting my money. The only consequences would be emotional in nature.