The LOSers Club, a sports-oriented streaming service that is owned by the Los Angeles Lakers, has been criticized for having a poor Black Eye video.
The black eye video that has been viewed over 300,000 times on the service has sparked a debate about whether the service is racist and sexist.
However, the company has said that it will remove the video.
The video in question, entitled “Black Eye,” shows an athlete who is playing basketball with his teammates during a timeout.
He then takes a knee and puts his hands over his eyes, while saying something like, “I’m going to keep it real.”
He then takes off his shoes and socks.
The player continues to play and then begins to scream as the camera pans to show the black eye.
The video has been watched over 7 million times.
Losing your Black Eye Video Black Eye Club has also said that they are going to remove the Black Eye videos.
The issue comes at a time when the Black Lives Matter movement has gained attention in the United States, particularly after the death of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, last month.
The controversy over the video prompted President Donald Trump to fire the LOSrs Club CEO, Adam Cohen.LOSers owner Scott Skiles has also stated that they will remove any Black Eye Videos that are not “appropriate for any professional sports franchise,” adding that “they’re not even going to show black athletes.”
Cohen told The Los Angeles Times on Thursday that they did not take down the video after the video was shared by a fan, but they “had to take it down because we thought it was inappropriate.”
Cohens spokesperson told the Times that the club is not anti-black.
However he added that he has seen a lot of black athletes who have made mistakes.
The club’s Facebook page says that the videos will not be shared on social media.
It goes on to say that the company “is proud of our players and believes that their hard work, dedication and passion for the game will continue to propel them into the future.”