Social Media Reacts To Bomani Jones’ Wearing Caucasians T-Shirt (Video)
ESPN’s Bomani Jones stirred up social media when he appeared on Mike & Mike with a T-shirt, which was created by Shelf Life Clothing almost 10 years ago, features the slogan “Caucasians” instead of “Indians,” with a photo of a white person instead of the Cleveland Indians’ Chief Wahoo.
Molly Qerim decided to ask him about it since it garnered so much attention:
Here’s how social media reacted:
— Jimmie (@Jimmie_Knows) April 7, 2016
Man, @bomani_jones really is the GOAT for wearing that “Caucasians” t-shirt. Sheesh!
— Nate Jones (@JonesOnTheNBA) April 7, 2016
A lot of people who love Chief Wahoo are wishing they had a safe space from that Caucasians t-shirt @bomani_jones wore today I guess.
— Craig Calcaterra (@craigcalcaterra) April 7, 2016
— Drew Smith (@DrewSmith1391) April 7, 2016
ALL OF THESE PPL MAD ABOUT @bomani_jones SHIRT WHEN WE HEAR R WORD YEAR ROUND AND GET TOLD TO SHUT UP ITS NOT RACIST.
— Joe Rainey Sr. (@rainmanmnx33) April 7, 2016
I can’t believe people are actually upset at @bomani_jones for his shirt. If it made you mad you are either a racist or a moron. Good grief.
— DAMGÅR (@NorthlandTim) April 7, 2016
— Drew (@drewkerr17) April 7, 2016
.@bomani_jones wears a t-shirt that points out how racist caricatures of Native Americans are offensive… and gets CALLED a racist for it.
— Erik Smith (@thoughtxriot) April 7, 2016
— Gavin Bard (@lightfantastic) April 7, 2016