Skip to comments.Singer Justine Skye takes a knee while performing national anthem at Brooklyn Nets home opener
Posted on 10/21/2017 4:41:00 AM PDT by C19fan
The Brooklyn Nets invited singer Justine Skye, a native of the New York City borough, to sing the national anthem at Friday night's home opener at Barclays Center -- and to the surprise of spectators and Nets management, she took a knee at the end of her performance. Reaction was a mix of cheers and boos, according to The Associated Press.
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the NBA is irrelevant...in my humble opinion....LOL
What’s wrong with the word: kneel?
Not a thing.
Not sure I agree with your assessment that the NBA is getting nervous the NFL is trying to catch up with them in embracing the Left.
Well doesn’t that picture just radiate all-American girl wholesomeness /sarc>
The BLM/NBA thugs get paid much more than the BLM/NFL thugs so it will take a while for Lebron and his comrades to feel the sting but it’s coming.
There are many who look back at the civil rights movement of the 1960s and wish they were there.
Now they can pretend it is 1960s again and stick it to THE MAN. Of course they are not facing Bull Conners or George Wallace or police with dogs breaking up the demonstrations.
Instead their brave act of bravery is giving them street creds and is applauded by the establishment and the media. How brave of them.
She must not be interested in a return engagement.
Tell the singers to take a hike and just play the music. Then I’d tell the singer the music sounded better than their singing!
We are seeing the end of the Star Spangled Banner and the American Flag. It is from high schoolers through professional sports. Now the person invited to perform our national anthem does it.
These haters must hate...that justifies their worthless existence.
Sick biatch troublemaker.
Get down on both knees like you do after the show.
She is just stupid. Young and nubile does not excuse that.
National Bantu Association.
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