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Black Hebrew Israelites were out in full force today, marching towards the Barclay's Center in support of Kyrie Irving's comeback while yelling, "We are the genuine Jews," and "Time to wake up."

According to the information received by Mp3shot it stated that Black Hebrew Israelites were out in full force today, marching towards the Barclay's Center in support of Kyrie Irving's comeback while yelling, "We are the genuine Jews," and "Time to wake up." (Read More Here)
“I was not aware of what specific group that was outside of Barclay’s Center tonight,” the Celtics star tweeted. “I was celebrating the unification of our people welcoming the return of Kyrie to the court, first glance I thought it was a known fraternity the (C/Que’s) Omega psi phi (step’n) showing support.”

Originally, Brown had tweeted the word “energy” in response to a video of the Black Hebrew Israelites.

“To All of you that are standing next to me on this Journey I want to say thank you, I love you, and I honor your fearlessness and bravery,” Irving tweeted ahead of his return. “You motivate me more than you know. Now, Let’s build and celebrate one another.”

The Brooklyn Nets reinstated Kyrie Irving prior to Sunday night’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies, which prompted Black Hebrew Israelites to put on a large demonstration outside Barclays Center. 

The group is connected to the antisemitic film on Amazon that Irving posted to his social media, leading to his eight-game suspension by the Nets.


The movie, "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America," the same name of Ronald Dalton Jr.’s 2015 book, had a description that says the film "uncovers the true identity of the Children of Israel by proving the true ethnicity of Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Sons of Ham, Shem and Japheth. Find out what Islam, Judaism and Christianity has covered up for centuries in regards to the true biblical identity of the so-called ‘Negro’ in this movie packed with tons of research."

Brown was vocal about Nets owner Joe Tsai’s comments regarding Irving’s suspension, where he said the controversial point guard "still had work to do." Brown, one of the vice presidents of the National Basketball Players Association, initially called Tsai’s remarks on Irving returning "alarming."

"[Tsai’s] response was alarming to me," Brown said via the New York Post. "He didn’t say that the organization was working together to get Kyrie back on the floor. He said that [Kyrie] had more work to do. And our society has more work to do, including Joe Tsai. It’s 2022. It takes 10 minutes of time to see who these business owners, corporations, etc., who they’re associated with and who they’re doing business with, who they’re affiliated with."
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