Black Twitter surely thought so.
Democratic Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton debuted a new campaign logo on Saturday.
The former Secretary of State changed her Twitter avatar to the image which mimics the Kinara to commerate the beginning of Kwanzaa.
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Black Twitter didn't take too kindly to the change and quickly issued a clapback to the former First Lady.
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Super questionable logos @HillaryClinton has used to secure black voters since announcing her candidacy this summer: pic.twitter.com/LUmeaTdMKX
To be clear, @HillaryClinton's appropriated the classic RUN DMC logo, put Rosa Parks on the back of the bus & made a kwanzaa candle holder.
Maybe in 2016 @HillaryClinton will reach out to me through policy like an intelligent voter rather than pop culture & social media pandering
Also, @HillaryClinton's past support of mass incarceration is fundamentally against the first principle of kwanzaa, umoja, or family unity.
If Team Hillary doesn't stop it with this logo... #Kwanzaa pic.twitter.com/rr4f4C9vxT
Folks are having fun with the Hillary logos, I see. pic.twitter.com/HnlFbJTh6D
If In God We Trust Then We Goin' Be Alright! #NewHillaryLogo pic.twitter.com/zDFyfZBOTB
Twitter critics put their own spin on @HillaryClinton's Kwanzaa Twitter avi by using the #NewHillaryLogo hashtag. pic.twitter.com/DGraT0ROhS
No matter what set you rep, you can count on Hilary to rep your country #NewHillaryLogo pic.twitter.com/6Gcf4NzBPf
what a time to vote for hillary #NewHillaryLogo pic.twitter.com/NlGC3nOvU7
Her team changed that avi though. Guess they got the hint from #NewHillaryLogo #PeoplePower pic.twitter.com/TA4EY7QSi7
The logo design has since been removed from Clinton's Twitter handle. What do you think of Hillary's Kwanzaa celebration: Was it pandering?