- Anthony Joshua has hit back at critics after joining the protest against the black race
- The 30-year-old posted a message on social media blasting those calling him a racist
- Joshua currently holds three belts in the heavyweight division including the WBO, WBA and IBF belts
Anthony Joshua has come out to slam his critics a few days after joining the Black Lives Matter protest held in Watford.
The WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion was part of the gathering staged his hometown and his knee injury did not stop him from joining the crowd.
But the 30-year-old's speech was misinterpreted which stated: “Show them where it hurts.
“Abstain from spending your money in their shops and economies, and invest in black-owned businesses.”
And he responded with a piece of his mind on his social media handle: “If you think I’m a racist, go f*** yourself!
“If you watch the full video, the speech was passed around for someone to read and I took the lead.
“I personally spoke from the heart about the Watford community, ideas of us personally investing seven figures to create unity and opportunities and adding change to the African/Caribbean community.
“Shops aren’t the issue here. Before you talk s***, you better boycott racism.”
AJ had earlier addressed other criticisms regarding keeping distances due to the current pandemic.
“I hope those who are complaining about social distancing have the same energy about those gathering for a day at the beach [and] those going to the park for a picnic.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mike Tyson last stepped into the ring 15 years ago against Kevin McBride and suffered a sixth-round knockout.
But the Baddest Man on the Planet is staging a return into the squared-circle for an exhibition fight that has excited fans around the world.
But the long-forgotten Irish fighter McBride has now come into the picture as the last man that defeated one of the most feared man in the sport during his prime.
The 47-year-old's life has not gone well as he explained that he makes a living from cutting down trees.
McBride also stated that his famous victory over Tyson was a forgotten matter is now being talked about ever since his former opponent announced his comeback.
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