Madonna posted a video of George Floyd, and things did not go well

Madonna posted a video of George Floyd, and things did not go well

As anger grows Footage shows a police officer The singer kneeled on Floyd’s neck during his death, a two-minute video clip of her son David Panda, dancing on Michael Jackson’s song “They Don’t Care About Us.”

She wrote in the comment: “Brutal killing travels all over the world. My son David dances to honor George and his family and all acts of racism and discrimination that are taking place on a daily basis in America. #Davidbanda #JusticeforGeorgeFloyd #MichaelJackson.”

But many commentators laughed at the songmaker because of his insensitive response to the story, which happened It sparked protests in a number of major cities.

“No one asked Madonna to weigh today,” said April Region, founder of the #OscarsSoWhite campaign. “It is not a soul. Illegal errors have spread among public figures this month.”

Television writer Aqila Green added that the video was “worse than Pepsi can,” in a sign Notorious 2017 announcement A Kendall Jenner starring who used protest photos to commercialize soft drinks.

Many other commentators thanked Madonna for “ending racism”.

Video footage of Floyd’s death sparked more painful conversations about the use of force by US police against African Americans and led to Police officer Derek Chauvin sacked. The demonstrators called on the officers involved to face criminal charges, and protests erupted in several cities Thursday evening.

The last video is not the first time that Madonna has come under fire for posting an embarrassing social comment in recent weeks.

In March, the singer Tell the fans that Covid-19 is a “big draw” While lying in a milky bath sprayed rose petals.

CNN contacted Madonna representatives for comment.

This story has been updated to correctly attribute a Tweet to April Reign.

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