Kobe Bryant made the Twitter world go crazy on Thursday morning when he commented on the Miami Heat's support for Trayvon Martin. The Los Angeles Lakers guard says he wasn't impressed by what the Heat were doing, going as far as to say that he wasn't going to react just because he is black.

"I won’t react to something just because I’m supposed to, because I’m an African-American,” Bryant said, per Colorlines. “That argument doesn’t make any sense to me. So we want to advance as a society and a culture, but, say, if something happens to an African-American we immediately come to his defense? Yet you want to talk about how far we’ve progressed as a society?

"Well, we’ve progressed as a society, then don’t jump to somebody’s defense just because they’re African-American. You sit and you listen to the facts just like you would in any other situation, right? So I won’t assert myself.”

Can't say I truly agree with Bryant with those comments, and it was fairly unpopular among the general public as well. However, the Black Mamba did clear the air when he posted this tweet:


What do you think of Bryant's controversial comments?


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