Racism is alive!
New York Knicks owner Jim Dolan must have a little too much time on his hands.
Apparently, Dolan has written a song about a very sensitive topic in America: Trayvon Martin. He thoroughly describes the event in which the tragic shooting occurred, over harmonies. It all sounds so awkward and uncomfortable. The full lyrics are below, thanks to tweeter Kevin Draper:
Here are the lyrics to Knicks owner James Dolan’s song about Trayvon Martin. pic.twitter.com/qW9ZcYE4Xh
— Kevin Draper (@kevinmdraper) September 12, 2014
Is it just us, or does this feel and sound extremely inappropriate?
Meanwhile, in other NBA news, Atlanta Hawks GM Danny Ferry took an indefinite leave of absence this past Friday after making racist comments about a player.
Hawks CEO Steve Koonin has been refusing calls for Ferry to be dismissed, but the 47-year-old general manager has voluntarily taken leave. Koonin said in a statement:
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