Jason Whitlock called LeBron James too rich to be hurt by racism. Martellus Bennett wasn't having it.

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"Racism is an issue in America but is primarily an issue for the poor. It's not LeBron James' issue,” the FS1 personality said Thursday of the Cavaliers star's reaction to racist vandalism at a home he owns.
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