zlatan ibrahimovic attack, Lebron James He answers. Firefight, and at a distance, between two champions. The root of the controversy is politics. According to the AC Milan striker, it is wrong for the NBA champion to talk about politics, a topic he specified is up to “politicians”. The immediate answer of a basketball player who does not deny what has been done to date: “I will never be silent in the face of injustice”.
The feud begins last Thursday with an interview with Ibrahimovic, who will be a super guest on the Sanremo stage at Discovery Plus next week. “What he does is phenomenal, but I don’t like it when people with some sort of ‘status’ they talk about politics. Do what you’re good at. I play football because I’m the best at football I don’t do politics. If I was a politician, I would be involved in politics”, said Swedish ace, former LA Galaxy star, referring to LeBron James.
The US champion’s response remains: “I will never be silent in the face of injusticeLike, I won’t limit myself to talking about the game. I am interested in my people, in social injustice, racism and electoral issues – the Los Angeles Lakers superstar explained – I am part of the community. I know my voice is very powerful and it represents many people around the world, so I will continue to tackle topics like racism and equality.” LeBron James then added: “I’m not really a person to criticize : I have a humble mind and I’ve done my homework.” The basketball player also pointed out that Swedish Ibrahimovic, along with Bosnian father and Croatian mother, had spoken about non-sporting issues in the past, three years before his native Highlighting the social injustice that has happened in Sweden, that too by non-traditional Swedish surnames. “I’m not Andersen or Svensson. If I were like this, believe me, they would defend me, even if I rob a bank,” Ibra said years ago in that circumstance. Therefore, Jacob continued: “It is strange that he is the one who says these things.”
“I exhort our people to talk about equality, social injustice, racism, the right to vote and medical aid, things that are happening in our community,” James insisted. “I know what’s happening Because there’s a group of over 300 kids in my school who are going through similar things, and they need a voice, and I’m their voice – he continued – to shine a light on what’s going on I will use my platform in this country and around the world. I could never limit myself to sports, because I understand how powerful this platform and my voice are.” The NBA star was, in fact, a primary school, Akron, aimed at providing education to children from difficult situations. Funds the ‘I Promise School’ in Ohio. The third best scorer in NBA history also supports a number of initiatives that pursue social justice, voting rights and other progressive causes.
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