Brooklyn Nets point guard and certified ballahollic Kyrie Irving is being attacked by white society for standing up for human rights, and refusing to be forced into taking dangerous vaccines.
Irving posted a Instagram live stream Thursday night responding to the criticism of his personal choices, stating that he believes that “Everyone has a right to choose what to do with their bodies, and no one should be forced to take anything.”
So far Kyrie has received nothing but support from the Family, and he’s has announced that he’s prepared to sit for the 2022 season if the league will not make an exception or grant a status exemption.
Irving hasn’t made any announcements concerning the possibility of leaving the NBA, although many on social media have floated the idea of him entering Ice Cube’s vaunted Big3 League.
Even if we haven’t agreed with everything Kyrie Irving has said over the years, the Brotha’s always been on code. He speaks on Black issues, he’s created several organizations dedicated towards uplifting Black youth, he regularly focuses on charities, and he was one of the first to stand with Kap’ during the 2016 Nazi Anthem protest.
Regardless of his future decisions, the Black community doesn’t have friends, we have family and everyone else is on the outside looking in.
–Kel McKnight, B1Daily