- Kevin-Prince Boateng has unveiled his new Black Lives Matter boots that, according to him, he will never stop promoting
- According to the Ghanaian international, whose half-brother plays football for Germany, the #BLM movement means a lot to him
- Kevin recently signed with AC Monza as his new football club
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Renowned Ghanaian footballer, Kevin-Prince Boateng, has vowed to start using boots that are branded with the tag 'Black Lives Matter'.
Briefly.co.za sighted the rather powerful and interesting post on the verified Twitter handle of renowned Ghanaian skipper who signed to play with AC Monza beginning on September 28.
According to the half-brother brother of German international, Jerome Boateng, he is never going to stop promoting the movement with the boots because it means a lot to him.
See post below:
Kevin's post gathered massive reactions from people all over the world, including many Ghanaians.
@bright_milan mentioned that he shared the same interest Kevin was preaching with his boots and indicated he needed to get Kevin's pair when he is done using it.
@TheMacFarlane congratulated Kevin on choosing to preach the #BLM message but pointed out that they did not look very pleasing to the eye.
@OGY99282734 called on Kevin to use his influence and interest in protecting black lives to join the #EndSars movement, which is currently ongoing in Nigeria to end police brutalities.
In other sports news, Cristiano Ronaldo is the most-followed man on popular social site network Instagram with a follower base of 239 million and his average post earning him around $889,000 (about R14 million).
HopperHQ claims that with such earning per post, the Portuguese is way ahead of second-placed Neymar, who earns $704,000 (R11 million).
Arch rival and Argentina’s Lionel Messi is third while football celebrity and England legend David Beckham as well as LeBron James make up the top five.
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