Madonna Gets Mocked By Fans Who Term Her Tribute ‘Insensitive — JusticeForGeorgeFloyd

Lawrence Kim
May 29, 2020

As of now, Madonna has had always been trending but on Thursday it was always for wrong reasons.

But now social media is skewering the diva after she posted a video Thursday night, in which her son David Banda performed a dance to alleged pedophile Michael Jackson's "They Don't Care About Us" to "honor" George Floyd, the unarmed Black man murdered by Minneapolis police earlier this week, which has fueled days of nationwide civil unrest.

However, the singer posted a video with good intentions, but it soon attracted intense Twitter backlash from people, who began to ridicule the star. Dancing away the racism of murderous cops gained't truly do something. "But thanks for trying!", another person wrote. He added that the singer "should be doing a lot more. having your adopted black son dance ain't going to force change to happen".

Following the tragic death of the 46-year-old Minnesota man, who died in hospital after being pinned to the ground while unarmed and unhandcuffed by a police officer who knelt on his neck and stopped him breathing on Monday night, people around the world have been coming forward to condemn police brutality in the us - with celebrities including Cardi B, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Reese Witherspoon all having their say on the shocking incident.

"Watching this Cop suffocate George Floyd with his knee on his neck, handcuffed and helpless, crying for his life with his face in the street is the most sickening, heartbreaking thing ive seen in a long time, " she wrote.

"This Officer knew he was being filmed and murdered him with arrogance and Pride", Madonna wrote. Until we will overcome racism in America-no one should be allowed to hold a gun.

"God Bless you, George Floyd, I'm so sorry for you and your family". If you don't f**king like it, go suck a d*ck. Will it ever end? "Yea I said it. Im not interested in being PC. I'm interested in Justice", she concluded.

The incident has led to the firing of the four officers at the scene with an investigation underway by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

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