Titus O’Neil: Protests Are The Right Thing To Do, But ‘Enough Is Enough’ With Violence

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Titus O’Neil appeared at a press conference with the mayor and police chief of Tampa to discuss the current riots. While supportive of the protests, O’Neil made a passionate plea for violence to end on both sides.

“I’m begging everyone with my platform and along with my WWE superstars, the NFL, NBA, and everyone else, Major League Baseball. Enough is enough,” O’Neil stated. “You can’t clean up somebody else’s house if your own house is dirty. We have a great reputation of being a great city in Tampa with great leadership.

“But this is not the way to do it. Having this stuff just planted everywhere, this is ridiculous, man. And to every single person out there that is protesting and somebody is telling you it’s the wrong thing to do, know the hell it ain’t. It’s the right thing to do. And if they don’t like the way you doing it peacefully, screw ’em.

“But for all of you out there that is agitating this with your public comments, throwing bricks at police officers. You throw a brick at me, don’t think that I won’t throw something back at your ass. They’re human beings too. They’re not robots. So for once, we as a country have an opportunity to come together and say, ‘You know what? Enough is enough for all races.'”

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