Laurence Fox in His Twitter
Laurence Fox has provoked a backlash after sharing an irrelevant reference to the Tuesday’s movement following the death of George Floyd. On Tuesday night, when millions of people across the world boycotted the social media, the actor wrote that Instagram seemed to be broken.
The movement was focused on providing the people a chance to reflect and learn about the fact that Black Lives also Matter. On 25th May, in Minneapolis, George Floyd was murdered by a police officer. The incident made the Americans furious against the police department and their racist attitude.
What Did Laurence Fox Write?
Laurence Fox addressed his 183,000 followers and wrote that Instagram seemed to be broken. The comment section became full of criticism. Many followers condemned him for being racist. One wrote that his thinking was like making a joke about those people who were showing their solidarity for that heinous murder.
Another wrote that the most privileged blind award should be given to Laurence Fox. He addressed Fox and added that his blind spot was immense. Another follower commented that the people in the protest were there to end the racism; just they had ended that conflict in Sudan with that blue profile picture.
Another outraged follower appeared and wrote that he (the follower) was sorry, and then asked that he had missed something there. Another added that he believed Fox as a racist, and he couldn’t say Instagram was broken.
There were other people who took the side of the actor. One wrote that they were having ashes narcissist and a sackcloth party there. That would be back to the normal situation after the day.
Another follower agreed with Fox and wrote that it was depressing that those people were sheep, and the majority among them had no idea why they had a black screen. Another one came and wrote that he thoLaurence Fox addressed his 183,000 followers and wrote that Instagram seemed to be broken. The comment section became full of criticism. Many followers condemned him for being racist.ught the people needed to salute the bravery of those white middle-class liberals.