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9-year-old Chiefs fan Holden Armenta speaks out for the first time against the false blackface and cultural appropriation accusations made by a racist Deadspin journalist.
The Gateway Pundit highlighted the recent developments, revealing the one-sided narrative pushed by Deadspin’s Carron Phillips, who mistakenly accused the child of racial insensitivity.
Source: Carron Phillips/X
On Sunday, during the Kansas City Chiefs versus Las Vegas Raiders game, Phillips took to social media to allege that Holden exhibited hatred towards both Black people and Native Americans by wearing blackface and a Native headdress. Despite his claims, the portrayal was not only false but misled the public regarding the child’s intentions and heritage.
“It takes a lot to disrespect two groups of people at once. But on Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas, a Kansas City Chiefs fan found a way to hate Black people and the Native Americans at the same time.” Carron Phillips wrote in the article.
“The NFL needs to speak out against the Kansas City Chiefs fan in Black face, Native headdress,” Deadspin writer Carron Phillips wrote.
“They’re doubling up on the racism. Are you going to say anything, Roger Goodell?” he said.
Imagine trying to purposefully ruin a child’s life with a hit piece that is intentionally misleading.
Shame on @carronJphillips and @Deadspinhttps://t.co/DTeH6RsFS3pic.twitter.com/dmOedcs2Cv
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 28, 2023
Carron Phillips actually tried to defend his article and doubled down on his attack on the innocent child.
“For the idiots in my mentions who are treating
Source: The Gateway Pundit