`Star Wars` actor John Boyega speaks on George Floyd`s death

`Star Wars` actor John Boyega speaks on George Floyd`s death

`Star Wars` actor John Boyega speaks on George Floyd`s death

"I really fucking hate racists", Boyega wrote, in a tweet that has garnered close to one and a half million likes.

To some Twitter users who felt like John was attacking white people and reminded him that someone's character can not be based on their skin color, the 28-year-old responded, "Where did I say exclusively white?"

Expressing outrage against the death of an unarmed African American man in the hands of the police in the US, John Boyega chose to take to Twitter with an uncompromising post.

He later doubled down against "racist white people" in an Instagram live. And if you don't f**king like it, go suck a d**k.

The'Star Wars' celebrity went on an epic tirade Wednesday, moving IN on "racist white people" who in any way, form or shape endure and/or reevaluate what is happening in our roads... specifically, the killing of unarmed, innocent African-Americans. "You f-ing d-heads".

Boyega didn't seem especially appreciative of people trying to twist his words to fit some "we are the world" type of narrative so he hopped on Instagram Live and made it officially clear that if you're a white fan of his and you exhibit racist tendencies that his only words to that group from this point on is "f*ck you". It's 2020, and the ubiquity of white on black racism is horrifying.

Another Twitter user, @IfeIfeolarinde, tweeted to Boyega: "Hate us a strong word, we can't conquer hatred with hatred".

Boyega remained firm in his stance and later gave a passionate speech about racism on Instagram Live.

Boyega tweeted his hatred of racists before replying to a Nigerian man who said he broke up with his girlfriend because she was racist against white people. "Speak for yourself at all times x".

"So when I say it, I mean it, and you lot can't rattle me". "Four responding MPD officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been terminated". As I said you can't force me to talk about what I'm not talking about.

Defending his earlier statements, he continued, "There's no way that I have the opinion that there's no other forms of racism".

The posts from Boyega on Twitter and Instagram were spurred on by his reaction to the death of 46-year-old George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police officers. "A black man was just murdered in cold blood, in the streets, Stateside, again, while saying that he can't breathe". The FBI is now investigating his death.

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