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BHN Live: Irving back on the court, so is the controversy; join BHN to sort the facts amid the bias

News anchor, Julia Dudley Najieb, reviews the facts surrounding Kyrie Inrving's infamous Tweet--now deleted--of the Amazon link to a controversial movie

By Black Headline News

In this Black Headline News live special report, news anchor, Julia Dudley Najieb, delves into the facts of the situation centered around Brooklyn Nets basketball player, Kyrie Irving, and his infamous tweet of an link to a controversial movie online.

Dudley Najieb reviews the recent clips of the Black Hebrew Israelites marching in unison while chanting en route to the Nets’ home at the Barclays Center in New York City, to support Kyrie Irving whose suspension from playing basketball was lifted--eight games later.

Through an interview with moderator, Symphony Thompson on The Comedy Hype News Show, the founder of 'Israel United In Christ', Bishop Nathanyel, explains in the short clip that his Israelite group who marched in support of Kyrie Irving's return to the court, they did not plan the event with him. They did not consult with Irving of any marches they would be doing.

Finally, Dudley Najieb takes an in-depth look into the movie, "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America," written, produced and directed by Ronald Dalton, Jr. as well as the Anti-Defamation League's concerns of antisemitism throughout the documentary. In a public press release, author Dalton stated that he is not antisemitic. See full snapshot of his statement below, just scroll.


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