In case you have not heard, United States sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson is unlikely to be allowed to run in the Tokyo Olympics after she tested for a chemical found in marijuana.
Since that news broke, plenty of professional athletes have tweeted their support for Richardson and it is no surprise at all that former Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson did the same just moments ago.
Johnson, who has his own cannabis business with former teammate Rob Simms tweeted on Saturday that he stands in solidarity with Sha'Carri (even though he spelled her name wrong)
I stand in solidarity with you #ShaCarrieRichardson Changing the stigma with @primitiv_group pic.twitter.com/5HROhErfNI
— Calvin Johnson Jr. (@calvinjohnsonjr) July 3, 2021