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Entertainment Madonna: her son David pays homage to George Floyd while dancing and Twitter does not spare

04:30  30 may  2020
04:30  30 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

McKennie wore an armband in tribute to George Floyd during Schalke-Werder

 McKennie wore an armband in tribute to George Floyd during Schalke-Werder © Supplied by Sofoot J'accuse! In the match between Schalke 04 and Werder Bremen this Saturday afternoon in the Bundesliga, won by visitors (0-1), the American international Weston McKennie had a message to convey. About what ? The tragic death of George Floyd, an African American man killed Thursday during a police check. Pressed to the ground by a policeman, Floyd had repeated several times that he could no longer breathe.

Madonna has divided opinion after she shared a video of her son dancing to Michael Jackson to “honour” George Floyd , who died after he In a caption for the video, Madonna wrote: “Brutal murder travels around the world my son David dances to honour and pay tribute to George and His Family

Now, Madonna has taken to Twitter to share her own tribute to George , however, it's getting attention for all the wrong reasons. The 61-year-old shared a video of her son David Banda, 14, dancing to Dancing away the racism of murderous cops won’t actually do anything. But thanks for trying!

Madonna : son fils David rend hommage à George Floyd en dansant et Twitter ne l'épargne pas © Agence - Bestimage Madonna: her son David pays homage to George Floyd while dancing and Twitter does not spare La mort de George Floyd continues to react. To honor the 40-year-old black man who died in Minneapolis after a very violent arrest, Madonna shared a video of her son David dancing in his kitchen. An initiative that was not unanimous.

In the United States, the tension is still very high after the death of George Floyd. Tuesday, May 26, the 40-year-old black man died after a heavy-handed arrest by four police officers in Minneapolis. The information supported by the shocking image of the white policeman who has the knee on the neck of the black man who seems to have trouble breathing upsets the whole world.

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A video Madonna shared of her son dancing in tribute to George Floyd has received some backlash for being tone deaf in the wake of the Minnesota man's The pop superstar shared a clip on Instagram and Twitter of her 14-year-old son , David Banda, dancing to the Michael Jackson song "They Don't

Madonna Mocked for Tribute to George Floyd Video of Her Son Dancing . While supportive Madge fans applauded the post and were impressed by David 's dancing -- the kid is good -- it didn't go over well with a lot of other people who blasted her response to the hot-button issue as insensitive

"As on the news, the brutal murder of George Floyd travels the world, my son David dances to honor George and his family, and to pay tribute to him" , writes Madonna on social networks in caption of a video of her son David , where we see him dancing for 3 minutes and 27 seconds on Michael Jackson's song They Don't Care About Us. For the pop queen, the dance of her 14-year-old son also aims to denounce "all acts of racism and discrimination that occur daily in America" ​​. A far from unanimous initiative. "This may be the worst tweet in history. ‘Come dance in the kitchen against racism’ is a weird shot idea. For Michael Jackson? And the rest, " wrote former basketball player Rex Chapman on the social network.

Brutal murder travels around the world my son David Dances to honor and pay tribute to George and His Family and all Acts of Racism and Discrimination that happen on a daily basis in America. #davidbanda #JusticeforGeorgeFloyd #MichaelJackson pic.twitter.com/wLa6YKrYF1

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Misjudged: Madonna has been mocked over her 'tribute' to George Floyd after she posted a video of her son David Banda dancing to Michael Jackson on No laughing matter: Other tweets mocked Madonna for staging the video with her son . Twitter storm: The post did seem to get the reaction the

Madonna has sparked controversy for posting a video of her teenage son on social media in a response to racism. Madonna said the performance was a tribute to George Floyd , a handcuffed black man who died after pleading for air as a white police officer knelt on his neck.

- Madonna (@Madonna) May 28, 2020

Some anonymous people did not hide their disappointment or even their anger. “We could not be more insensitive. You have a large platform to voice your concerns, there is much more you should do ... Getting your adopted black son to dance is not going to make a difference ", annoyed Twitter user.

Before Madonna, Laeticia Hallyday had reacted

With this publication perhaps too light compared to the situation, Madonna disappointed some of her fans while other celebrities who were not expected on this field there are revealed more talkative. This is particularly the case of Laeticia Hallyday. “My heart goes not only to those close to George Floyd, but also to the black community in general, who, day after day, is forced to witness these state-sanctioned murders, these modern lynchings, without reprieve. It must stop ”, wrote the widow of Johnny in an Instagram story.

"Silent Demo" after the death of George Floyd in Berlin .
After the death of the African American George Floyd, numerous people in Berlin want to demonstrate again against racism. You meet today at 2:00 p.m. on Alexanderplatz. The location was changed at short notice. 1500 participants are registered. Calls for "Silent Demos" have been published in numerous cities in Germany. "No to racism" and "Black Lives Matter", it said there. Floyd died on May 25th in a brutal police operation in the US city of Minneapolis.

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