One Twitter user wrote: “@Cher I say this with respect: White savior complex. Stop.”
Another said: “If the fire fighter EMS who tried to intervene didn’t succeed, you sure had no chance. What a post!! Mindboggling. Do you think you have some kind of magical power? Police would not allow anyone to interfere in their business.”
Cher initially responded to the controversy around the tweet by doubling down on her stance and telling fans: “You Don’t Know What I’ve Done,Who I Am,Or What I Believe. I CAN, I HAVE, & I WILL…HELP.”
The 74-year-old singer later returned to the platform to apologize for her earlier words, saying she had spoken to a friend who made her realize “You Can Piss Ppl Off, & Hurt Them By Not Knowing Everything That’s “NOT Appropriate” To Say.
“I know Ppl Apologize When They’re In a Jam,BUT TO GOD,IM TRULY SORRY If I Upset AnyOne In Blk Community.I Know My [心臓],” the Grammy award-winner said.
ショーヴィン, 45, has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him, with his defense attorney Eric Nelson arguing that video evidence failed to fully capture the complexity of the moment and that Chauvin followed his police training.