Tex Hollywood - October 31, 2023
In another controversial story going viral that is distracting and dividing the people of sports and beyond, Hockey Player Adam Johnson got slashed in the neck by opposing player Matt Petgrave and died.
The people of the internet are calling the incident intentional or murder, while others see it as an unfortunate accident, because there is no way that Matt Petgrave could have anticipated the hit that led to the neck slashing hit.
The police are investigating the incident.
The story is sensational and obviously all over the media and Sean Avery was on Fox News talking about it, saying the move is unorthodox and that the skate tech is so crazy now, the sport is just that much more dangerous.
JUST IN: Former NHL player Sean Avery suggests the kick from Matt Petgrave that struck and killed Adam Johnson was intentional.
Fox host Jesse Waters went as far to suggest the kick was a “homicide.”
Avery asserted that although Petgrave didn’t intend to kill Johnson, the kick… pic.twitter.com/r5cfkfuTm9
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) October 31, 2023
Matt Petgrave, a known enforcer, which doesn't make him a murderer, but someone did die by his skate, which technically means he killed someone, whether by accident or not, is now getting death threats for the accident, and obviously it's now become a racial issue because he is black.
When you have the chance for a race war, especially when it is broadcast on TV, the internet jumps to the occasion for the views and outrage.
You can see the incident embedded in the below tweet, if you don't mind watching incidents that led to someone's death.
Police are investigating the death of hockey player Adam Johnson after he got slashed in the neck by opposing team member Matt Petgrave's skate.
— That Guy Shane (@ProfanityNewz) October 31, 2023
What it comes down to is that someone has died doing what they love in what was an unfortunate incident. RIP.
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