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During a press conference ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton condemned the racist abuse that was aimed towards Vinicius Junior during Real Madrid’s recent match against Valencia.

Hamilton said it was ‘devastating to hear’.

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In today’s article, we address a disturbing incident that occurred during the Valencia vs. Real Madrid match on Sunday, where Brazilian forward Vinicius Jr. was subjected to racist abuse by Valencia fans. This despicable act has been condemned by many, including Lewis Hamilton, who took to social media to express his outrage.

Hamilton, a six-time Formula One world champion, is known for being an advocate for racial equality and has been vocal about the need to eradicate racism from all walks of life. In a post on his Instagram story, he wrote, “It’s disgusting that racism still exists in football and society. When will it stop? There needs to be serious consequences for the perpetrators.”

The incident involving Vinicius Jr. is just one of many instances of racism that have marred the world of football in recent years. From monkey chants to derogatory slurs, players of color continue to face discrimination on and off the pitch. It’s time for us to take a stand against these acts of hate and make it clear that there is no place for racism in our society.

Hamilton’s statement echoes the sentiments of many who have spoken out against racism in football. The sport has the power to unite people from all walks of life and should be a platform for inclusivity and diversity. We must work together to create a safe and welcoming environment for all players, regardless of their race or ethnicity.

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