Black actor believes that because he knows how to 'carry' himself, he is not in danger of conflict with the police. Moore decided to chime in on the scourge of police brutality that continues to rear its ugly head even amid the coronavirus pandemic. See I have a very strong opinion that the black community hates to hear.. I personally refuse to feel like a victim.. I refuse to have a slave mentality. The year-old Atlanta native tried to clear up his remarks with a series of three videos, but public opinion about him continued to spiral downhill.
Shameik Moore was eviscerated on Twitter on Thursday after he appeared to suggest it was the victims of police brutality who also needed to change their behavior. In a series of tweets the actor, who most famously voiced Miles Morales in the Oscar-winning "Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse", claimed: "See I have a very strong opinion that the black community hates to hear.. See I have a very strong opinion that the black community hates to hear.. He shared a video of a young black man appearing to be accosted by three white police officers while his friends filmed. While the one-minute clip did not show what led up to the altercation nor what happened afterwards, the subject never touches the officer, but finds himself roughly handcuffed anyway. Give them an inch they WILL take a mile We literally know this already. At what point do we look at ourselves and make adjustments?
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Shameik Alti Moore  born May 4, is an American actor, singer, and rapper. Moore was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Druid Hills High School. His family originates from Jamaica. In , he had his first main television role on the sketch-comedy series Incredible Crew , which aired on Cartoon Network before being cancelled after one season. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American actor, singer, dancer, and rapper. Atlanta , Georgia , U. Jimmy Kimmel Live. Archived from the original on June 30,
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