John Boyega calls out racists in powerful video about George Floyd

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John Boyega Blasts Racists On Social Media Following George Floyd's Death

On May 25, an unarmed African American man named George Floyd was arrested by several police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

"I actually f-cking hate racists", Boyega tweeted a couple of minutes later. It's a madness. So when I say it, I mean it.

Actor John Boyega has delivered an uncompromising message against racism after fielding praise and backlash for Twitter posts about the subject.

"So I'll say it again: F-k you racist white people". And if you don't f**king like it, go suck a d**k.

"Boyega shared the article on Twitter and wrote: "@SkyNews you lot lost your damn mind putting this on the internet.

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While the actor has been supported by the black community for his statement, a few other people are still against him as they are expressing that a statement as such incites violence.

Boyega didn't seem especially appreciative of people trying to twist his words to fit some "we are the world" type of narrative so he hopped on Instagram Live and made it officially clear that if you're a white fan of his and you exhibit racist tendencies that his only words to that group from this point on is "f*ck you". "I wasn't raised by no weak people", he continued.

When questioned about spreading hate, Boyega replied: "I said what I said. #RIPGeorgeFloyd#BlackLivesMatter#JusticeForGeorgeFloyd", Boyega tweeted on May 27. "Speak for yourself at all times x", he tweeted back.

"I am talking about WHITE on BLACK racism", Boyega responded.

Boyega remained firm in his stance and later gave a passionate speech about racism on Instagram Live.

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"We ignore ignorance, and we ignore people that come through and try to make these situations what they're not", he said in an expletive-filled video rant, before stressing, "I'm not even apologizing, first of all. Of course there's other forms of racism", the Star Wars actor said in an impassioned voice on a video on Instagram. "You lot better f-ing believe that".

"But a black man was just murdered in cold blood in the street Stateside again, while saying he can't breathe".

In the U.S., protests over Mr Floyd's death have spread to Los Angeles, and Donald Trump has said the FBI is investigating.

Boyega then said he wasn't the sort of person to be "rattled" by racist fans, and he warned viewers that any fans who were racist would get blocked immediately.

State authorities and the FBI are investigating the case.

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