SJW, of course being a “Social Justice Warrior” who should just really ought to leave our national anthem out of her activism
The Philadelphia 76ers and singer Sevyn Streeter have come to a reasonable and much-appreciated conclusion in the wake of the unfortunate incident that prevented Streeter from performing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at a Sixers home game in October.
The incident was not “unfortunate” the singer had an agreement NOT to politicize the anthem, and broke it
Streeter showed up for the performance at Wells Fargo Center wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the phrase “We Matter,” in reference to the Black Lives Matter movement, echoing recent protests made by a pair of other national anthem singers at recent NBA games.
The 76ers asked Streeter not to perform, citing a clause in her contract prohibiting her from making political statements via her rendition. After national outcry, the Sixers apologized.