Entertainment Madonna Divides Opinion After Sharing Video Of Son Dancing To 'Honour' George Floyd

12:40  29 may  2020
12:40  29 may  2020 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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 Madonna, her strange video where she says she is immunized against the coronavirus In a video published Thursday on Instagram, Madonna said that she had been "tested" and that she had discovered that she had "antibodies To deal with coronavirus. © Spread Pictures / ABACAPRESS.COM We end up wondering if there is someone in the entourage of Madonna to advise her on her publications. The answer must be a firm no. For some time, the pop star has been chaining eccentricities on social networks.

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Madonna has divided opinion after she shared a video of her son dancing to Michael Jackson to “honour” George Floyd, who died after he was pinned to the ground by his neck by a police officer.

In the clip, David Banda is seen dancing to Jackson’s They Don’t Care About Us, which the singer posted in “tribute” to Floyd.

His tragic death on Monday once again raised the issue of police brutality towards Black people and has led to several nights of unrest in Minneapolis and outcry across the world.

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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 and all Acts of Racism and Discrimination that happen on a daily basis in America.”

The video and accompanying message was labelled “the worst tweet of all time” by retired American professional basketball player Rex Chapman.

George Floyd's death has sparked a series of protests in the US © AP George Floyd's death has sparked a series of protests in the US

“‘Come dance in the kitchen for racism’ is a weird take. To Michael Jackson? And other things,” he added.

Many others agreed with his sentiment...

Others defended the singer, with some highlighting the fact that she had been one of the first celebrities to condemn the police responsible for Floyd’s death...

Following Floyd’s death, Star Wars actor John Boyega tweeted: “This just burns.

“Seems to be a never ending cycle. The murderers need to be charged severely. Even in the face of death this man was given zero empathy.”

He followed this with a second tweet, saying simply: “I really f**king hate racists.”

On Thursday, the British actor doubled down on his comments, telling any racists who follow him or consider themselves fans of his work to “f*** off” during an Instagram live-stream.

Bail for ex-police officers set at $ 1 million in Floyd case .
© Handout In the case of the killed African American George Floyd, the bail for ex-police officer Derek Chauvin has been set at $ 1 million. The 44-year-old was brought into a courtroom in Minneapolis via video conference. In the case of the black George Floyd killed, the bail for ex-policeman Derek Chauvin, who is the main suspect, has been set at $ 1 million. The detained 44-year-old was first video-connected to a courtroom in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Monday.

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