LeBron James is explaining why he deleted a tweet that referenced 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant, who was shot and killed by a police officer on Tuesday, April 20.

As reported by NBC News, a Columbus Police Division officer’s body-worn digital camera recorded him responding to a 911 name in Columbus, Ohio on April 20. The video, launched Tuesday evening, reveals the officer yelling at Bryant to “get down” earlier than firing a number of pictures. 

In line with police, Bryant had allegedly threatened two ladies with a knife.

On April 21, James posted a photograph of the officer with the caption, “YOU’RE NEXT [hourglass emoji] #ACCOUNTABILITY,” based on media studies by ESPN and different retailers.

After deleting his tweet, the Ohio-born athlete posted two follow-up tweets addressing the scenario.

Within the first response tweet, James wrote, “ANGER does any of us any good and that features myself! Gathering all of the info and educating does although! My anger nonetheless is right here for what occurred that lil lady. My sympathy for her household and should justice prevail!”