Floyd was kneeling on Floyd’s neck when a police officer died when anger escalated, with the singer tweeting a one-minute two-minute clip of his son David Bunder on Thursday, dancing to Michael Jackson’s song “They Don’t Care About Us.”
He wrote in the caption: “The brutal murder travels around the world to pay tribute to my son David Dance George and his family and to all acts of racism and discrimination that occur every day in America.
The hit maker, however, was mocked by several commentators for the sensitive response to the story Protests have broken out in several major cities.
“No one asked Madonna to weigh in today,” wrote April Rain, creator of the Oscarsohit campaign. Not the soul. Unforgettable errors have spread among the public this month, ”wrote April Rain.
TV writer Akila Green added that the video referred to “Pepsi was worse than that” A notorious 2017 commercial
Starring Kendall Jenner who uses protest images in soft drink marketing.
Several other commentators jokingly thanked Madonna for “ending racism.”
Video footage of Floyd’s death has sparked more painful conversations about the use of force by U.S. police against African Americans and The shooting of police officer Derek Chauvin
. Protesters in several cities on Thursday evening called on protesters to face criminal charges and protests.
This is not the first time Madonna has been criticized for making an awkward part of social comment in recent weeks.
In March, the singer Fans told Kovid-19 “great gay”
Sprinkle with rose petals while bathing in milk.
CNN contacted representatives of Madonna for comment.
This story has been updated to accurately mark a tweet for the April reign.