If you're a fan of the NFL, you'll know that there's been a widespread protest against Donald Trump following his comments at a rally where he called players who refused to stand for the national anthem "sons of bitches," and argued that they should be fired for the act.
The protest became popular when Colin Kaepernick went down on one knee when the US anthem played in protest over police accountability in dozens of shootings of young black men. However, in the past days and weeks, other players have joined in the protest and, earlier today during an exhibition game in London between the Ravens and the Jaguars, a number of players on both teams did the same whilst their colleagues linked arms in solidarity.
Last night, however, saw musical legend Stevie Wonder "take a knee" during his set at the Global Citizen Festival in New York with the help of his son, Kwame Morris. "Tonight, I’m taking a knee for America. Both knees in prayer for our planet, our future, our leaders of the world, and our globe,” said Morris, before he cracked into his set.
Take a look.
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