Source: Christian Post
Jeremy Lin, 23-year-old New York Knicks starting point guard, has dealt with multiple racial slurs and comments since his rise to fame began in February. However, he is finally speaking out against a racial slur aimed at him on Twitter.
Lin, an Asian-American Harvard Graduate, was called a “Chink” on Twitter after the Knicks121-79 win against the Portland Trailblazers, where Lin only scored six points with six turnovers and six assists. Instead of ignoring the Tweet, Lin responded by re-tweeting the message and offering the love of Jesus to the person behind the racial slur.
“This is happening in 2012,” Lin tweeted to the individual who wrote the slur. “Jesus loves you bro and I do too.”
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