Like, way less. In fact, most of the comments on the same video appear to praise Madonna's expert parenting and for using her voice, calling the statement "powerful" and "moving", with a flood of heart emojis and hashtags in honor of Floyd and also the king of pop, for some reason.
Anger grew at him Footage showing a police officer Kneeling on Floyd's neck as he died, the singer tweeted a two-minute clip of his son David Banda on Thursday, dancing to the song "They Don't Care About Us" by Michael Jackson.
"Like A Virgin" crooner Madonna has come under blast after she shared a video of her son dancing to "stamp out racism". "I can't imagine what the frick we would do without it!"More news: Ricciardo not sure why Ferrari chose Sainz over him
The video has been widely panned on Twitter, with many Black critics arguing that it will do little to change attitudes or help stamp out racism in a country that is institutionally racist.
"Wow. Racism is gone", echoed another. Is there any way to repay you is another tweet.More news: Sofia Richie and Scott Disick split up after three years together
The video, which has been viewed more than four million times on Twitter, drew criticism for seeming out of touch with the situation. "Thank you girl." Another said, "I really appreciate you for allowing your son to dance away the racism for us". "If you want to actually do something to help combat racism and oppression, donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to help pay the bail of protesters in Minneapolis". Madonna's son's performance has largely been met with praise on the platform.
While supportive Madge followers applauded the put up and had been impressed by David's dancing - the child is nice - it did not go over nicely with so much of different individuals ... who blasted her response to the hot-button difficulty as insensitive and clueless.More news: NBA’s target date for return is July 31
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