Fans around the world are currently in a debate following the caption on one of the recent posts by Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.
Though many are disputing the interpretation of how Cerrone has meant to portray the word, ending it with an “A”, showing that “Cowboy”did not mean it in any form of derogatory manner. This was further clarified by the fact that many of Cerrone’s teammates and friends have said he is not racist, the welterweight contender has worked with many people of African descent. It looks as if Cerrone has basically just made a poor choice of words in his tribute to friend and MMA legend, Charles Lewis.
The post can be seen below:
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" It may not be me that touches a million people, maybe I can touch ONE that touches a million" – Charles "mask" Lewis Thank you for believing in me, for calling Reed and getting me signed to the WEC. You chose me when everyone else told you not too. Said I was a bad decision so for that I am forever grateful. RIP my nigga