Justin Simmons has made a name for himself at the highest level. The talented free safety played college football at Boston College and impressed a lot of people with his performances.
Simmons went to Boston College where he showcased his prowess on the field, both, as a safety as well as a cornerback. As expected, he was roped in by the Denver Broncos back in the 2016 NFL Draft. Since then, the 6 feet 2 inches tall footballer has become a major part of the unit.
“This is completely unacceptable”: Justin Simmons on the picture of middle school kids holding a racist sign
Recently, Justin has made the headlines for expressing displeasure over a few middle school kids who were seen holding a racist sign in their hands. Justin shared a picture of the kids on Twitter and demanded disciplinary action from the concerned authorities.
“This disturbing picture was sent to me from a friend,” he wrote, adding that the picture was taken at a middle school where he used to compete years ago. “This picture was taken at HOMS where I used to compete when I attended another middle school down the road.”
“Let me make this clear, I will not be doing ANYTHING for HOMS until disciplinary action is taken on these students,” he added. After this, Justin again took to Twitter to shed light on the same issue and stated, “this type of behavior is completely unacceptable. And if the school fails to act it means this type of behavior is allowed.”
It would be interesting to see how the school administration and authorities respond to Justin’s remarks.