The Missouri franchise, the last to lift the Superbowl, wrote a message on Twitter, at the same time that Mahomes and Tyrann Mathieu made their statements.
Both MLS and NBA decided to suspend their days in order to speak out against racism. Given this, Kansas City Chiefs, who has not started his matches yet NFL, He also had his way of making his discharge. As well as Patrick Mahomes and Tyrann mathieu.
Joining LeBron James’ outcry and the NBA’s decision to suspend their games, Tyrann Mathieu said: “There is not enough money in the world to continue to overlook the real issues that affect the mind, body and soul of the world. what do we do”.
He added: “We cannot be happy for ourselves when our communities are suffering and innocent people are dying. Since George Floyd, there have been at least 20 other police shootings.”
FED UP. Ain’t enough money in world to keep overlooking true issues that effect the mind body & soul of what we do. We cannot be happy for self when our communities are suffering & innocent folk are dying .. since George Floyd, there have been at least 20 other police shootings. https://t.co/UmzuuWP7us
– Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) August 26, 2020
On the other hand, the franchise itself, the last Superbowl champion, wrote on Twitter: “We must love each other, now more than ever.”
We must love each other, now more than ever. pic.twitter.com/4wa43Z0nuA
– Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) August 26, 2020
Additionally, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and once NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes retweeted a message from Jalen Mills (Seattle Seahawks) that reads, “The only goal is equality.”
The only goal is equality
– Jalen Mills (@greengoblin) August 26, 2020
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