Madonna’s son dances to fight racism and honour George Floyd (Video)by Tolulope Ayeni
Madonna’s 14-year-old son David, danced in a now viral video to fight racism and honour George Floyd after his tragic death amid brutal arrest.
George Floyd died on the 25th of May in Minneapolis following a brutal arrest which was caught on video and showed a police officer kneeling on his neck as he cried out: ‘I can’t breathe’.
Immediately the public reacted and four officers were fired, with an investigation underway by the FBI and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Madonna has now taken to social media to share a short video of her son David dancing in tribute to George Floyd.
In the video, the 14-year-old performs a routine to Michael Jackson’s They Don’t Care About Us in their kitchen. Sharing the video, madonna wrote;
“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”, and added the hashtags #DavidBanda, #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd and #MichaelJackson.”
Watch the video below;
Madonna is not the only celebrity to be left in horror at Floyd’s death, with John Boyega saying on Twitter:
‘I hate racists with a passion. It’s very important at this time that we ignore ignorance. ‘That we ignore people who come through and try to make these situations what they’re not.
‘I’m not even apologising first of all, you lot better f**king believe that, there is no way that I have the opinion that there are no other forms of racism. Of course there are other forms of racism.’ John continued: ‘But, a black man was just murdered in cold blood in the street Stateside again, while saying that he can’t breathe. That’s a continuous cycle going on – although I don’t live in the States, I’m black. F**k that.
‘I’ll say it again, f**k you racist white people. I said what I said. If you don’t f**king like it, go suck a d*ck. It’s not about career, it’s not about money, a lot of people like to bring it up… all those things were part of my dream, were a part of working. That’s got nothing to do with how you treat people.’