Classic (social) media bias. Such a shame that with the amount of information we are privy to that it still manages to paint certain demographics in such an awful light. I mean, the internet would honestly have you thinking that Warren Sapp was the first person to every get bitten by a shark while lobster fishing. Do you know what kind of message that sends to the black community that is already, by nature, skeptical of the ocean? If we are not careful we are going to turn sharks into the law enforcement of the sea. African Americans everywhere will be overly suspicious of their intentions at every turn. They'll have to start treating a quick wade in the water like they treat getting behind the wheel of a car. Head on a swivel and expecting the worst at all times. Unintentionally drawing more attention from the most ferocious predator on the planet that is attracted by their fear and uneasiness.
I don't know who this 'twoconchs' character is, but I don't appreciate the narrative that he's pushing. I know black lives matter, but so do shark's lives. They are just doing their best to patrol their territory. They may seem like the bad guys, but they are just fulfilling their occupational duties. Sometimes that's going to end in excessive force towards a minority, but most of the time it's not. Bet you don't hear about those times, do you? Of course not, wouldn't want to use a widely disseminated platform to make it seem like any less than all African Americans that come in the most minute amount of contact with marine life end up bloodied.
P.S. Never want to see anyone get bit by a shark but - seeing as it's non-fatal - if it really had to be someone then there's something to be said for his choice...