Kylian Mbappe and other prominent France internationals have expressed their indignation after the death of a 17-year-old delivery driver who was shot and killed during a police check in Paris suburb. This tragedy has prompted nationwide concern and widespread messages of indignation throughout the country, with French President Emmanuel Macron calling it “inexplicable and inexcusable”.
Kylian Mbappé, who grew up in Bondy, Paris, used his Twitter account to express his pain for France. Accompanied with broken heart emoticons he wrote: “I hurt for my France”. Other players also expressed their sorrow through social media platforms. These social media posts have been widely shared by millions of people around the world to show solidarity against police brutality.
The shooting death of Nael M., which occurred while he was being stopped for a routine traffic control checkpoint, has sparked intense public outcry across France. Many protesters are calling for justice and increased accountability from law enforcement officers who may have acted improperly or excessively in the situation. Prime Minister Jean Castex said he is “shocked” by what happened to Naël M., adding that authorities will investigate this incident thoroughly before making any conclusions about what led to his death.
In light of this tragedy, many footballers are advocating for further change within their sport as well as society as a whole. He says that this effort is meant to show solidarity with those fighting against injustice but also create real change in communities that continue to suffer from unequal treatment under law enforcement officers or other government agencies.
Alongside Mbappé, other high-profile athletes have shown their support with powerful statements or actions aimed at inspiring further action among fans and followers alike towards seeking justice for those wrongfully treated by authorities around the world.
This story serves as an example of how even something so small like using social media can help bring attention to important issues like police brutality around the world – issues which unfortunately continue to plague many countries today despite ongoing efforts from activists and concerned citizens alike towards creating positive change in our societies going forward into 2023 and beyond.