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Celtics' Enes Kanter doubles down on accusing Nike of using 'slave labor' from China to make shoes
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Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter has continued his attack on Nike for a second day, after calling out the company in a video on Monday for remaining "silent" on China's use of slave labor.
On Tuesday, Kanter doubled down, posting pictures showing Nike shoes emblazoned with the message, "MADE WITH SLAVE LABOR," and re-upping his call for Nike co-founder Phil Knight to join him on a trip to the communist nation in search of the forced labor camps.