Clout chasers we see you. While millions of people are protesting the senseless death of George Floyd, there are some taking to the streets just for a photo opp … and now you’re being called out.
Lebron James called out a woman on social media for posing with a drill outside a business vandalized during the protests. James retweeted the viral video from Ava Duvernay’s account with a series of angry face emojis.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) June 2, 2020
Duvernay wrote: You know what? I’m… I think I’m gonna put Twitter away for a few minutes before I throw this phone across the room.
James followers also posted a video of a couple walking past a trashed Santa Monica T-Mobile store so she can pose in front of the storefront. The man takes the picture and they walk on.
Here’s another one too 🤦🏽♂️pic.twitter.com/V1EjqgIVCq
— The Cruz Show (@TheCruzShow) June 2, 2020
Singer Pink also shared her frustration writing: “What is wrong with these entitled a**holes?!”. “Who the f*ck are you and who are your parents you horrible person. How can anyone defend this???!!!”
“This lady stopped someone boarding up a store in Santa Monica so she could hold the drill for a picture, then drove away,” one witness said of the scene. “Please don’t do this.”
Another fan wrote, “This girl is making her boyfriend take a picture of her in front of a smashed T-Mobile. Oh my God!”
Both scenes were blasted HARD on social media. People have also found the woman with the drill. She’s been identified as Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin.
— Juanse (@Juanse_23) June 2, 2020
Her social media had now been deleted as folks call for her immediate cancellation.
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