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Thanks for everything you did for the Nets and hoops . All RIGHTS RESERVED.But not everyone was happy about the dreads. I'm a grown man, and I can admit when I'm wrong. "That man grown, that man can rock whatever hairstyle he want to rock," said Martin, who spent 15 seasons in the NBA. had your poster up on my wall growin up.”“I see I ruffled a few of y’all’s feathers, so: good. "We need more empathy, more compassion and less judgment.

Kenyon Martin had some harsh words for Jeremy Lin a few days back, saying "we get it, you wanna be black" after Lin decided to rock dreadlocks.

That takes actual work and communication. Virgo Sun, Aries Moon.Lin, however, had some clapback of his own for the OG, saying that he “has Chinese tattoos”: "... That don't mean I have to like it or agree with it." Thanks for everything you did for the Nets and hoops ... had your poster up on my wall growin up. Kenyon Martin wants to clear the air. There is no way possible that he would have made it on one of our teams with that bulls–t goin’ on on his head. Let’s stop it with these people. 19. You wanna be black.' There is no way possible he would’ve made it on one of our teams with that bullshit on his head. All the number one overall picks since then were either overseas players (Yao, Andrea Bargnani,) 2-year college players (Bogut, Elton Brand, Blake Griffin,) high-school players (Lebron, Dwight Howard, Kwame Brown,) or 1-and-dones (everyone from 2007 onwards, aside for Blake Griffin.) Mouthy Black Girl. Let's stop this, man, with these people, man. "Do I need to remind this damn boy that his last name Lin?" But the last name is Lin. At the end of the day, I appreciate that I have dreads and you have Chinese tattoos [because] I think its a sign of respect. But I’m glad I had them — because I know as an Asian-American how rare it is for people to ask me about my heritage beyond a surface level.”“At the end of the day … we need to spend a little more time thinking about what it’d be like to be somebody else. Also, they hate being told they can’t do certain things, like saying the word “nigger,” “nigga” or “negra,” for instance.Originally, though, Martin said, “Do I need to remind this damn boy his last name Lin?” he asked. Jeremy Lin said Sunday that Kenyon Martin reached out to him and "was extremely apologetic" after Martin suggested last week that the Nets guard shouldn't wear dreadlocks because he is … Let's stop this, man, with these people, man. Lin responded (twice) with a … ""Do I need to remind this damn boy that his last name Lin?" "Like, come on, man. He admonished members of his fan base whom he said may have written racially offensive comments to Martin on his Instagram page. You wanna be black.’ Like, we get it. Second of all, I’m grown. Are African Americans being messy when they wear dashikis? I made a statement ... wording probably was bad that I used, saying that he was trying to be black. Lin just wanted to try a different hair style; someone who wants to try out a new hairstyle is as harmless as That Black Guy (everyone is one degree of separation from one) who is just really into Japanese culture.Although I am not in the “hair is just hair” camp, I do feel like cultural appropriation between people of color is different than say, Stella McCartney taking traditional African designs and building her entire new line around it.Was Beyoncé being disrespectful when she wore a sari? Like, we get it. There is no way possible that he would have made it on one of our teams with that bulls--- goin' on on his head. "Martin posted a video on his Instagram account, saying that Lin's decision to wear dreadlocks is an indication that he wants to "be black. So let's start now. Martin said in the video.

He might have a different viewpoint in a week, but not if my whole fanbase comes behind and calling him -- I didn't' see it -- but I heard people were saying the 'n' word on his page. In this cold world he’s just tryna get this trash content off. That man can rock whatever hairstyle he wanna rock.

(5:08)Martin posted a second video on Instagram, presumably in response to those critical of his original comments, saying that his initial statement was a joke and not about race.Lin addressed the aftermath of the Martin situation after the Nets' 107-88 win over the Miami Heat on Thursday. Former NBA ballplayer Kenyon Martin posted a now-deleted Instagram video yesterday roasting Jeremy Lin’s appropriation. There is no way possible that he would have made it on one of our teams with that bulls--- goin' on on his head. The conversations I had weren’t always very comfortable, and at times I know I didn’t say the right things. Martin added that some on social media used racial epithets in response to him, which Lin denounced.In comments he later apologized for, Martin posted a video on his Instagram account last week, saying that Lin's decision to wear dreadlocks is an indication that he wants to "be black. Like, grow up people. Bronner Helm is the Senior Editorial Director at Colorlines. The only one since then is Kenyon Martin, in 2000. Gus has many different interests, including soccer and halal, but mostly just flaming your favorite lyrical rappers.“Hey man, it’s all good.

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