Fans booed a U.S. women's soccer star on Saturday

Some fans booed when American women’s soccer star Korbin Albert walked out on the field during the game in Atlanta on Saturday afternoon.

Some fans booed when American women's soccer star Korbin Albert walked out on the field during the game in Atlanta on Saturday afternoon.
APRIL 04: USWNT Global Village Project visitor Korbin Albert goes into the school at the Decatur Recreation Center in Decatur, Georgia, on April 4, 2024.

In the 78th minute, Albert, one of the best young players on the U.S. women’s national team, came into the game against Japan. Fans then began to boo her.

People on social media criticized the young American star for sharing a video that was against transgender people and LGBTQ+ people. Being gay and “feeling transgender” are both bad things, Albert shared a video from a church lecture.

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Fans booed Albert as she walked onto the field on Saturday.

Albert has since said he’s sorry for sharing the video.

“I wish I could take full responsibility for what I did on social media. “It was immature and disrespectful of me to like and share posts that were hurtful, offensive, and insensitive,” she said.

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“I’m really disappointed in myself and am deeply sorry for the hurt that I have caused to my teammates, other players, fans, friends and anyone who was offended.”She went on, “I really believe that everyone should feel safe and respected everywhere and on all playing fields.” “I know that my actions have not lived up to that, and I’m truly sorry for that.” Thanks for letting me play this sport on the world stage. I promise to do better next time.

In the SheBelievesCup on Saturday, the U.S. women beat Japan 2-1.

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