Over the weekend, one man stood his ground firmly in retaliation against Dolce and Gabbana and designer's affiliation with U.S. President Donald Trump. The protest occurred during the brand’s star-studded fashion event that premiered in the city of Milan. Everyone originally had their primary focus situated on a battle the company had with Miley Cyrus and her brother Braison. A turn of events came when a performer from Atlanta named Raury dissented D&G while strolling the runway for the Italian designer.

As the event came to a close, Raury removed his D&G apparel and uncovered written expressions that challenged D&G while he raised his clenched fist in the air.

Raury moves the world via Instagram

The model posted the critically-acclaimed photo to his Instagram page and clarified the enthusiastic contribution in the subtitle. He commented that he never felt so lonely and scared, yet so full of life. The fashion icon found himself crying when he understood the general population comprehended what he meant by his political gestures. He asked for everyone in the fashion industry to recall that there is a supreme being, noting that God secures the considerable. He commented that from that moment on he intended to follow his heart and needed the public to understand he is choosing to live in truth.

In a meeting with GQ Magazine, Raury announced that he was initially oblivious of Dolce and Gabbana's ties to the Trump administration.

He said he was also unaware of their current blacklist battle that ridicules contradicting any of their theories and individuals who don't concur with D&G's legislative issues. That is until the day preceding the brand's fashion showcase last weekend in Milan.

Raury states the meaning behind his actions

Raury informed the media outlet that he’s a young individual from the city of Stone Mountain, Georgia.

The southern town is where the Ku Klux Klan allegedly originated. He noted that he felt the need to protest. He said he wondered if Martin Luther King, Jr. or Rosa Parks didn’t choose to stand up for themselves, society and what they believed in where would he be today in his ventures.

Therefore, he stated that boycotting matters when it comes to achieving desired results.

The remarkable young man referred to the practice as an affirmative action with meaning then concluded that D&G says it’s not and that there’s nothing authentic about it.

Some of Raury’s companions at the show tried to stop him from delivering his message to the masses, but he chose to implement his actions in the Fashion Show anyway. In his statement to GQ, he confirmed to the public that he was happy he did.