Monday , June 14 2021

Cher apologizes for George Floyd’s tweets that sparked a reaction



Dear he apologized after he asked her could have prevented the death of George Floyd.

The 74-year-old ‘Believe’ singer admitted that she realized she hurt people, after sparking criticism on Twitter for her posts.

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In another tweet, she added, “I just lost the phone with Girlfriend Karen. I Told Her What Happened, & I Realized, You Can Stop Ppl Off, And Hurt Them By Not Knowing Everything That’s Not Proper” To Say. I know Ppl apologizes. WHEN THEY ARE IN THE JAM, BUT TO GOD, I REALLY EXCUSE If I Annoy Someone in the Blk Community. I know [heart]. “

The singer caused a reaction after she tweeted she was watching the movie trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who planted his knees on it Floydhis neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds, resulting in his death.

“She Was Talking To Mother & She Said” I Saw A Police Trial That Killed George Floyd, And Shouted, “” The Singer tweeted. “I Said” Mom, I Know This Will Sound CRAZY, But .. I Still Think ….. Maybe If I Were There, … I’d Help. “

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Cher apologized after claiming she could have avoided George Floyd’s death. (Getty)

She immediately coupled the heat from Twitter users, with some accusing her of being “saved white” and of being deaf to the tone.

“If the EMS firefighter who tried to intervene was unsuccessful, you certainly have no chance,” one person tweeted to her in response. “What a place! Mindboggling. Do you think you have any kind of magical power? The police won’t let anyone interfere in their business.”

Cher later doubled down on the tweet, and posted another message on Saturday.

“Fight With This Twt, Because I Thought Some Ppl Don’t Understand, Or Believe That A Show May Have Honest Emotions About A Man, Suffering And Dying, Even If You Only Show It On Television. You Don’t Know What I’ve Done , Who I Am, Or What I Believe.

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