NBA amazing Charles Barclay He gained a lot of fans this week by claiming that victims of gay or transgender abuse should not take any nonsense from their abusers, and instead tell them where to go.
Bless mewho was the NBA Most Valuable Player in 1993, made a name for himself during his tenure when he played for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Since then, the Alabama native has become an impressive critic, even receiving four Sports Emmy Awards.
recent interview Bless me He also became popular with the public when he advocated for members of the LGBTQ community.
“I want to say this,” Bless me He said at the 2022 American Century Championship golf. “If you are gay or transgender, I love you.
“Hey, and if someone gives you something, tell them. Charles He said, “Damn you!”.
The former basketball star also shared his thoughts on what it’s like to be black in America.
“I think any time you’re black, you have to stand up for others,” Bless me He said.
“Blacks know what discrimination is like. If you’re in a position of power, you should always stand up against discrimination. I’ve been lucky.”