Jeremy lin and kenyon martin
- Jeremy Lin's Dreads And Kenyon Martin's Chinese Tattoo Are A False Equivalency
- Jeremy Lin respectfully responds to Kenyon Martin’s criticism of his dreads
- Jeremy Lin Responds to Kenyon Martin Dissing His Hair
Jeremy Lin's Dreads And Kenyon Martin's Chinese Tattoo Are A False Equivalency
Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin said Kenyon Martin reached out to him and "was extremely apologetic" after Martin suggested last week that Lin shouldn't wear dreadlocks because he is Asian American. I think things were blown out of proportion, taken a little out of context as well.and full your with jesse white secretary of state
I think things were blown out of proportion, taken a little out of context as well. But me and him had a discussion where he was extremely courteous," Lin told reporters after the Nets' preseason win over the New York Knicks. I'm thankful for the conversation we had, and I'm also sorry for some of the things he and his son kind of had to deal with in the aftermath [with fans writing insensitive comments on their social media page]. In comments he later apologized for, Martin posted a video on his Instagram account last week, saying that Lin's decision to wear dreadlocks is an indication that he wants to "be black. Let's stop this, man, with these people, man. There is no way possible that he would have made it on one of our teams with that bulls goin' on on his head. Come on, man.
Earlier this week, Jeremy Lin debuted his latest hairstyle. The Nets point guard, who has experimented with a range of different hairstyles over the course of the last few years, showed off the dreads that he has now prior to a preseason game against the Knicks. He openly acknowledged the fact that he would probably be accused of cultural appropriation by some people, but he also said that he spent countless hours talking with teammates and carefully considering his decision before getting dreads, which many people seemed to appreciate. Before JLin7 got dreads, he talked a lot to teammates and friends. It wasn't always comfortable. He's glad he did.
Yes, appropriating Chinese culture through a tattoo is exoticizing and insensitive. The matchup between the two began last week when Lin wrote an essay about why he got dreads. You wanna be black. But the last name is Lin. Dreadlocks, which are essentially twisted locks of hair, are more than just a hairstyle.
By Brian Lewis. Nothing more, nothing less than I thought it was hilarious. I made a statement … wording probably was bad that I used, saying that he was trying to be black. I thought it was nothing more than us getting a laugh and joke out of it, and people took it to the next level. People have been on my page taking it to the next level on the post and video that I made, racist this, N-word this, uneducated that.
Jeremy Lin respectfully responds to Kenyon Martin’s criticism of his dreads
Jeremy Lin Responds to Kenyon Martin Dissing His Hair
By: Alysha Tsuji October 5, pm. The year-old is going with dreads now. Not everyone likes the style, including former NBA player Kenyon Martin, who expressed his thoughts in a couple of Instagram videos. These people. Come on. Somebody really needs to tell him like aight, we get it.