Jamie Foxx attended the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night to accept the 2013 Generation Award. He did so while wearing a shirt that had the phrase “kNOw Justice” above photos of Trayvon Martin and the Newtown kids.
Many intelligent humans would view Jamie Foxx’s shirt as a way a celebrity can bring awareness to America’s young people and remind them that justice has not yet been served for our country’s young victims of gun violence.
Sadly, many humans lack this intelligence…
“This Trayvon Martin case is soooo annoying…now give me my MTV MOVIE AWARDS!”
Props to the guy above who used a gun emoji to criticize a shirt condemning gun violence. Good work, dude.
lmao @ the dude running to tattle to Anthony from Opie & Anthony and George Zimmerman’s brother.
Yeah, fuck Tavon! Who’s Tavon, again?
And then there were people who could not possibly understand what Trayvon Martin and the Newtown victims, all children killed in the United States by gun violence, possibly had to do with one another.
Basically what they’re trying to say, without saying it, is “why is that evil black thug sullying those poor innocent white children…”
Yes, as you can see, white people were pretty pissed. And some were clamoring to know WHAT ABOUT THE POOR WHITES:
lmao. Yes, NO ONE cares when black people kill. The justice system totally doesn’t cater to whites. There’s like zero black people in prison.
“Can’t believe Jamie Foxx spoke out for the dead kid and not the guy who killed him who’s alive and walked away with a scratch on his nose.”
“My reaction to [being a political pawn] is, 'Do you not think I have my own reasons for doing this?' Here, let me show you. Is that not reason enough? Senator Jim Inhofe said that we have no business engaging in the debate, and I called his office and I asked to speak with him. He was too busy to speak with me. I said, 'Here's my cell phone. Call me.' I'm still waiting for him to call me. Rand Paul, I think, has the same notion. If he wants to ask me what my motives are for advocating for a safer culture, he can call me too.”—
YOU KNOW WHAT PISSES ME OFF SO FUCKING MUCH?
The marathon was dedicated to the Newtown tragedy. The first 20 miles for the 20 children who passed away, the last 6 for the adults. Someone bombed an event for a DIFFERENT tragedy. What makes it worse? NEWTOWN PARENTS WERE THERE. These parents go from one tragedy right to the next.