The new Hour magazine cover story It is written by tennis star Naomi Osaka, who, in an essay focused on mental health, points out to Americans that it is “obvious” that we should not be “fiercely” opposed to kneeling while playing our national anthem.
The article by Osaka, a citizen of Japan who took a “mental health break” from the French Open instead of being fined for skipping press conferences, is titled “It’s okay to not be okay.”
His mental depression is unfortunate, but we don’t trust ridiculously wealthy and awake athletes for advice on how to behave during public events where we uphold time-honored traditions of respecting our freedom and the people who sacrificed life and limb in defense. of freedom.
Osaka, who advocated for Black Lives Matter through her use of seven masks With the names of the victims of police shootings during the 2020 US Open, he wrote:
Lesson one: you can never please everyone. The world is as divided now as I can remember in my short 23 years. Problems that are so obvious to me at face value, like wearing a mask in a pandemic or kneeling to show support for anti-racism, they are fiercely contested. I mean, wow. So when I said that I needed to miss French Open press conferences to take care of myself mentally, I should have been prepared for what happened.
It’s no wonder former first lady Michelle Obama and radical congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) are fans: AOC tweeted to Osaka in May that she was proud of her. Or that Osaka was featured last year in a Netflix documentary in association with LeBron James’ nonstop media company (see the photo above from that show).
The Associated Press reported Thursday on the new number of Hour which goes on sale Friday, saying Osaka hopes “we can enact measures to protect athletes, especially the frail.” So now we are supposed to respect a fragile foreign athlete who tells us what is and what is not acceptable in our nation? It’s not happening!
Osaka, who has made an estimated $ 16 million in endorsements from awake corporations (in addition to his immense tennis earnings!), Continues to hilariously propose sick leave for professional tennis players so they can be excused from attending. press conferences without having to pay another $ 15,000. fine as she incurred the French Open. Pocket change for her.
Osaka, the second female tennis association player in the world, is a Nissan brand ambassador and earns a lot of money with the backing of Nike. It is unclear if he is also requesting sick leave from these corporate giants. However, she appears to be psyched up and emotionally recovered from her past troubles to go for gold in Tokyo at the upcoming Summer Olympics. Osaka said she “couldn’t be more excited to play” at the Olympics.
Also, Osaka says the tennis press conferences are “outdated and in need of a major update.” However, Hour The cover lectures for American patriots opposing social justice protests are really great.