Jason Whitlock says that when the Chiefs and the Texans lined up prior to the game in a show of “unity,” fans booed, and booing was the right thing to do.
The nearly 17,000 fans in the stands at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City had no interest in seeing the two teams filled with privileged millionaires take the field to posture in support of Black Lives Matter. The booing was long and loud during the players’ “unity” demonstration.
The “unity” lineup was accompanied by Black Lives Matter slogans scrolling across the scoreboard and the jumbotrons.
Chiefs fans started booing while the Texans and Chiefs locked arms in unity. pic.twitter.com/Z0Ua6HlfsU
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) September 11, 2020
Many in the sports media were furious that the booing rang out so loud and long during the stunt. But Outkick’s Jason Whitlock said that the booing was the right thing to