Freud, a black man in Minnesota, USA, was kneeled to death by a white policeman and ignited the nation’s anger. Two generations of NBA superstars “Morzo Jordan” and “Emperor” Le Pen James also spoke about the incident and publicly abused them Say no. Among them, Michael Jordan issued a statement saying: “We have had enough.” LeBron James put on a modified picture of “I can’t breathe” clothes and expressed heartache at the incident.
Michael Jordan said that his heart is with Freud’s family and those who died because of racial discrimination.
In the statement, he said: “I am deeply saddened, pained and angry. I can see and feel the pain, resentment and frustration of everyone. I support those who stand up to condemn racial discrimination and condemn people of color in our country. We are really fed up with such abusive people,”
Michael continued. “We need to continue to fight against injustice and injustice in a peaceful manner, and demand (someone) to take responsibility for this. We need to be consistent in our caliber. To pressure leaders to change the law, otherwise we will use votes to change the system. All of us must be part of the solution, and we must work together to ensure that everyone can be fair and just.”
In addition, LeBron James is also very concerned about the incident, posting two posts on Twitter in succession, complaining about why the United States cannot be treated equally, and hoping everyone to face it firmly. He also quoted the lyrics of the song “Hate Me Now” by singer Nasir Jones, fearing and Hate will make you a monster and express your dissatisfaction with racial discrimination.
Vanessa Bryant, the widow of the late NBA superstar Kobe Bayern, also shared an old photo of Kobe Bayern wearing a T-shirt with “I Can’t Breathe” on it.
Yunisha said: “My husband wore this T-shirt many years ago, but now the same thing happened again.”