We don’t need war or revenge, but equal status: Bravo |…

first_imgFormer West Indies captain Darren Sammy, Chris Gayle and West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo have joined the cricketing world in protest against racism and racism. Dwayne Bravo’s statement that he has yet to acknowledge the atrocities committed on black people as part of a protest storm sparked by the assassination of George Floyd, a black man accused of police harassment in the US. What they want is not just war or revenge, but equal status and dignity, Bravo said.What’s happening in the world is sad. As a black man, our people are fully aware of the suffering they have suffered over the years. We don’t shout for vengeance. For equal status and a little respect. Bravo to Zimbabwean star Pomi Mbangwa on an Instagram live chatWe give others the respect they deserve. Why are we always the same? Enough is enough. We need to get equal. We don’t need war, revenge, or anything. Just a little respect. We have no hesitation in loving others. Bravo asked.Dear brothers and sisters, we and the black people must realize that we are strong and beautiful. And look at some of the greatest people in the world. Whether Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali or Michael Jordan, they are all black. Bravo pointed out that there are great people who have paved the way for us.Meanwhile, West Indies cricketer Darren Sami, who has been accused of being racist while playing IPL in India, has publicly demanded an apology from those calling him Callum. Meanwhile, an old post on Twitter by Indian actor Ishant Sharma, titled Sammy’s leg, also came out. Sammy has revealed that he has suffered racial slurs in Indian Premier League cricket (IPL) following protests around the world following the killing of black man George Floyd in the US. Chris Gayle is also supporting Sammy. Gale also indicated that there was more to be said than Sami had revealed.English Summary: “Enough is Enough”, said West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravolast_img