WWE Superstars Visit National Civil Rights Museum

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A group of WWE stars took a trip to the National Civil Rights museum today, located at the assassination site of Martin Luther King Jr.

WWE tweeted a video and photos of Sasha Banks, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Apollo Crews and Titus O’Neil at the museum in Memphis which chronicles the American civil rights movement.

On a related note, Titus spoke out on social media yesterday about a recent H&M advertisement which features a black child wearing a shirt that says “coolest monkey in the jungle.”

O’Neil tweeted saying, “YOUR COMPANY JUST FAILED MISERABLY!!! But I’m sure many will just say all this will blow over..And it Will because hey, when it comes To cases of Racial profiling,Stereotyping and Sexual assault to men/women in the workplace it always does blow over right. #Shame”

The advertisement has since been taken down and H&M issued an apology.

1 Comment on "WWE Superstars Visit National Civil Rights Museum"

  1. Alexander Gayoso Ramos | January 8, 2018 at 5:40 pm | Reply

    Funny hearing those words from Titus O’neil considering he works for a company that has emphasized racial sterotypes. Or does everyone forget about Kamala,Cryme Tyme,manager Slick,Tony Atlas in tribal african outfit.Not even mentioning that any Mexican wrestler that doesn’t have a mask is a gang member or talks about stealing.

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