Donald Sterling is attempting to look less racist and his latest publicity stunt has some raising their eyebrows.
On Sunday, the former Los Angeles Clippers owner attended the Praises of Zion Missionary Baptist Church, a primarily Black church in Los Angeles, after being invited by Pastor JB Hardwick. During the service, the pastor invited Sterling to stand up and asked the congregation to clap for him,
“We love all God’s children, regardless of your race, creed or color, and I want my friend to know we’re praying for you,” Hardwick proclaimed.
Take a look at the story that ABC 7 did on Donalds visit. Do you think this was a good move for Sterling or a poorly arranged publicity stunt? Let us know in the comment section below.