Los Angeles Lakers owner, Jeanie Buss, the daughter of a doctor. Jerry Buss, the shared vile and vulgar hate mail, and they received it on the Monday of a supposed “fan” on Instagram. The former Lakers All-Star and five-time champion point-guard (Magic Johnson was thanked Buss for her courage to share the second letter, in which they are received.
“I just want to thank you for standing up for the racists, and the hate among us!!!”, Johnson, 60, it wrote on Twitteragain, the parts of Buss’ tweet. “You and your father have always had a respect for people of all races, and since a lot of people of color to opportunities in the regular season.”
I wouldn’t have become the businessman I am today without your father’s Dr. Jerry Buss in general. & treat me like a son. Jeanie, you are such a special woman and your voice needs to be heard. I have respect for you and will always love and support you, and I @Lakers! #BlackLivesMatter @JeanieBuss
— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) June 20, 2020
Magic Johnson, one-time president of the Lakers, until his sudden resignation in April of last year, he put on his message, with the support of Buss, and her late father, whom she called “respect” of all varieties and prices, a doctor. Buss, for his mentorship.
Johnson, who is a living and Lakers legend has it that it was one of the most prominent and visible black-and-sports stars of his time, with the help of the L. A. sports institution to win five titles in the 1980s. Johnson was also one of the most prominent advocates for the de-stigmatization of HIV/AIDS in the All-Star point guard and boldly announced to the audience of his diagnosis in 1991. Johnson later took part in the memorable 1992 NBA All-Star Game and the Olympic games later this year in Barcelona, Spain, to open the world’s eyes to the reality of the deadly virus, and how it has implications not only for the members of the gay community.
A lot of North American sports franchises and leagues, and on Friday, to celebrate Juneteenth, a holiday for the black community, and to celebrate the release of the American slavery, as an official, legal implementation of the show was done in Galveston, Texas, when Union soldiers shared President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, in 1865, in spite of the two-year executive order. Buss’ decision to increase the proportion of racist hate mail she told us on Instagramin Juneteenth, it is a reminder of the bigotry that exists in the United States today.