Cher is doubling down on her declare that if she may solely have been in Minneapolis final May, she perhaps may have helped George Floyd — after being roasted for saying so the first time.
“I CAN,I HAVE,& I WILL..HELP,” the singer tweeted Saturday.
Many on-line had accused Cher of being tone deaf or blinded by white and movie star privilege Friday, after the performer tweeted: “Is Gonna Sound CRAZY,But.. I Kept Thinking …..Maybe If I’d Been There,…I Could’ve Helped.”
But by Saturday afternoon, the “Believe” singer was undeterred.
She went proper again on Twitter to say she nonetheless believes she by some means may have intervened when ex-cop Derek Chauvin planted his knee onto the black suspect’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds.
“Wrestled With This Twt, Because I Thought some ppl wouldn’t understand, Or Believe an Entertainer Could have Honest emotions about a human Being,suffering & Dying,even if It’s Only Shown On tv. You Don’t Know What I’ve Done,Who I Am,Or What I Believe.I CAN,I HAVE,& I WILL..HELP,” the singer’s tweet stated.
The second time round, the remark part gave the impression to be somewhat extra forgiving to the well-meaning 74-year-old.
“I saw the humanity in Cher’s Tweet the moment I read it,” responded @chewstruth, “& I also understood exactly what she meant.”
“While I believe Chauvin was intent on killing George Floyd, who among us wouldn’t at least have tried to get him to stop & save Floyd? Cher is no different.”