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Tony Yayo voices support for LSU’s Angel Reese doing his “You can’t see me” hand gesture during National Championship Game [VIDEO]
Tony Yayo supports Angel Reese’s “You can’t see me” gesture
Over the past week, LSU women’s basketball star Angel Reese has been a major social media topic. This is due to her making the Tony Yayo/John Cena “You can’t see me” hand gesture at Iowa superstar Caitlin Clark, at the end of LSU’s national championship win against them, on April 3. Reese also pointed to her finger, to signal that a championship ring was on the way.
As a result, Reese received a lot of unusual hate on social media. Therefore, she has since appeared on plenty of major media outlets to speak on her and LSU’s success.
Meanwhile, Tony Yayo, who originally created the “You can’t see me” gesture in 50 Cent’s 2003 “In Da Club” music video, is coming out in support of Reese. He recently spoke with TMZ, and explained how people are treating Reese differently, compared to when Clark made the gesture, in the tournament.
Yayo rightfully believes race is a factor here, as he said “When a Black girl do it, it’s a problem, but when a white girl do it, it’s not a problem.”
Check out Tony Yayo speaking on Angel Reese and her success with TMZ, below.