NBA’s Damian Lillard
Says ‘F*** You’ To Racists
In Song Honoring George Floyd
6/9/2020 1:36 PM PT
“As a brother with a good heart, I say ‘f*** you’ if you racist or white staying quiet, you disabling the changes.”
NBA superstar Damian Lillard — AKA Dame DOLLA — is sending a strong message about police brutality and the recent peaceful protests across the country … dropping a spoken word track titled “Blacklist,” in honor of George Floyd.
Here are some notable lyrics …
“We in a pandemic, thought getting out I’d be more joyed, then I watched a cop knee to the neck kill George Floyd”
“As a rich black man living in this country, it’s hard being comfy when the hate your people get is coming from the ones amongst me”
“Used to call us ‘monkeys’ and ‘slaves’ and we overcame. Still our work is just beginning, protests look like parades.”
“The kind of sh*t we experience, how we felt when the country turned on Kaepernick after he knelted.”
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Lillard has personally taken the streets of Portland to protest the recent deaths of Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery … vowing to bring change to the country.
The whole 3-minute track is worth a listen … and you can check it out here.