FORMER NBA star JR Smith trounced a man who allegedly vandalized his car during the protests against the death of George Floyd.
When the man eventually gets back to his feet, Smith delivers one final punch to the face before the man runs off.
In a video, Smith explained what happened.
He said: "One of these motherf**king white boys didn't know where he was going and broke my f**king window in my truck.
"Broke my sh*t."
Smith then goes on to explain that his truck was parked in a residential area in Los Angeles and not near where stores are currently being looted.
He also confirmed that the incident was "not a hate crime," but instead his problem with the "motherf**king system."
"The motherf**ker broke my window and I whooped his a**, he didn't know whose window he broke and he got his a** whooped."
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Officer Derek Chauvin was filmed in the now-viral video kneeling on Mr Floyd's neck for eight minutes as George pleaded, "please don't kill me" and said "I can't breathe", before losing consciousness.Chauvin was charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the case.