Porsha Williams Celebrated The Iconic Figure Of Malcolm X - His Statement Was An Advice Porsha's Mom Gave Her

Porsha Williams Celebrated The Iconic Figure Of Malcolm X - His Statement Was An Advice Porsha's Mom Gave Her
Source: bet.com

Porsha Williams celebrated the iconic figure of Malcolm X, telling fans that what he said was one of her mom's first pieces of advice that she passed along to her. Check out what she is referring to in the Instagram post below.

'??Happy Birthday to one of the most iconic figures! “A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything. “ Malcolm X This quote is one of the first pieces of advice my mom passed down to me! Thank you, Malcolm X, for your sacrifice❤??' Porsha captioned her post that features a picture of Malcolm X.

If you don't know, this man was an African-American Muslim minister and a human rights activist.

His admirers saw him as a courageous advocate for the rights of black people, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans.

Haters, on the other hand, accused him of preaching racism and violence. Malcolm X was named as one of the greatest and most influential African Americans in history. He died back in 1965 at the age of 40.

If you're interested, you can head over to Wikipedia and learn more about his actions and the controversies that he triggered.

'wish you were here Malcolm ..to Teach all the lost boys how to be MEN IN THIS WORLD TODAY' one of Porsha's followers wrote next to her post.

'Happy birthday Malcolm. I didn't even know it was his birthday today. Thanks for reminding me Porsha????❤' another commenter posted.

'My Mom too! I remember listening to the albums of his speeches with my dad when I was about ten years old, and I was completely blown away. That's when I first picked up my favorite word "bamboozled"!' another one of Porsha's fans recalled.

'Happy Birthday, Malcolm X❤? You were one of the Greatest thinkers the world has ever seen,' someone else wrote.

The quote that Porsha shared is one to remember, indeed.

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