Django Unchained Fame Jamie Foxx Addresses Police Brutality: "They Have To Be Afraid Of Going To Jail Too"
Django Unchained Fame Jamie Foxx Addresses Police Brutality: “They Have To Be Afraid Of Going To Jail Too”

Django Unchained fame Jamie Foxx has opened up about the police brutality happening in the US. The death of George Floyd has united the world together and despite the COVID-19, even major of the celebs have hijacked the streets to show their support.

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Jamie Foxx recently talked about the hot-topic of racism which is being discussed in the US. George Floyd’s death has made everyone address the topic that’s been existing in society for decades now. Jamie said for having a ‘deterrent’ against police brutality.

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Jamie Foxx was seen in San Francisco where he was addressing the crowd pouring his thoughts. He said he’s running out of things which he can instruct his daughter and nephews in order to make them behave around the police.

Jamie said: “It shouldn’t be that way. It shouldn’t be that way in America 2020.” He also said that once the protests over the incident are over people should be changed when it comes to police brutality.

He added, “What I am saying is there has to be a deterrent. If that man can be handcuffed and that man can sit on that man’s neck for that long and feel comfortable about it, that means he’s not afraid of what is going to happen. We have to change the language. They have to be worried that ‘I could go to jail for this’.”

Jamie concluded by saying: “They have to respect us. They have to love us. We’re peaceful but we are aggressive. We are aggressive.”

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