NFL Superstar: If Black Lives Matter, Stop Black-On-Black Crime

Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman made it clear he doesn’t support the calls to kill whites or cops made by the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

Sherman: I don’t think any time’s a time to call out for an all-out war against police or any race of people. i thought that was an ignorant statement.

His comments came after King Noble, a controversial Black Lives Matter activist, used the cornerback’s image in a meme to advocate for the murdering of whites.

It features Sherman and teammate Marshawn Lynch saying, “When we gon kill these KKKrackas Bro.”

Noble, is also the man behind this violent and racist video calling for the deaths of white people and white cops.

Noble: Today, we live in a time when the white man will be picked off, and there’s nothing he can do about it. His day is up, his time is up. We will witness more executions and killing of white people and cops than we ever have before. It’s about to go down. It’s open season on killing white people and crackas.”

Sherman was quick to oppose the call to arms, calling it” ignorant,” and also reiterated that if one black life matters, all do.

Sherman: You should never let somebody get killed – that’s somebody’s son, that’s somebody’s brother, that’s somebody’s friend. So you should always keep that in mind. I think as long as we have black-on-black crime, you know, one black man killing another … if black lives matter, then they should matter all the time.

After Sherman discussed the good and bad apples of law enforcement, because there are both, he argued race has nothing to do with the problem.

Sherman: At the end of the day, we’re all human beings. So, you know, before we’re Black, White, Asian, Polynesian, Latino – we’re humans. So, it’s up to us to stop it.”

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