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Sparks Send Powerful Message Against WNBA Trolls

Sparks Send Powerful Message Against WNBA Trolls

Even amongst basketball fans, the WNBA still receive some flak for being, well, an “inferior” league.

The Los Angeles Sparks posted a response to all the hate on Thursday in the form of an incredible video, featuring players and ESPN’s Holly Rowe, set to Beyoncé’s song Sorry. The video is split into two Instagram videos that you can watch here:

Just going to leave this here… 🐸☕️Part 1 #WeRise #WNBA #Equality #Sorry #LosAngeles

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Throughout the video, you can see all the hateful messages that people have tweeted about the WNBA and its players, as Beyoncé sings about how she “ain’t sorry” and putting her middle fingers up.

Just going to leave this here… 🐸☕️Part 2 #WeRise #WNBA #Equality #Sorry #LosAngeles.

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It ends with the following quote from G.D. Anderson:

“Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives their strength.”

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