George Floyd: “I hate white racists” – John Boyega demands respect for Blacks (Video)

Star Wars actor John Adedayo Bamidele Adegboyega, aka John Boyega says he “f^cking” hates white racists in a recent Instagram Live video.

On Wednesday morning, after the tragic death of George Floyd in Minnesota which once again raised the issue of police brutality towards Black people, John Boyega decides to speak up, declaring that he hates racists.

George Floyd: "I really hate white racists" - John Boyega blasts (Video)

Sharing a picture of Floyd George on his social media page, he wrote;

“This just burns. Seems to be a never ending cycle. The murderers need to be charged severely. Even in the face of death this man was given zero empathy.”

Minutes later, he followed this with a second tweet, saying simply:

“I really fucking hate racists.”

He was immediately drawn into a debate by his followers who began began flooding his replies with counter-arguments after a Nigerian man claimed he split from his girlfriend who ‘said she hates whites’.

John fired back: ‘I am talking about WHITE on BLACK racism. The kind that has ruined the world not caused a lil break up with your girlfriend.’

He went on in a further reply:

‘I am being specific to a topic. I am not talking about any other way. Given what is happening right now. So the wise thing for you to do is defo shut up. Do it well too my G.’ Another person urged him not to use the word ‘hate’, to which he replied: ‘I said what I said. Speak for yourself at all times x’.

Forced to defend himself after speaking out against ‘white on black racism that has ruined the world’, he went Live on his Instagram page saying,

“I said what i said, i say it again. Fuck you racist white people”

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