George Floyd’s daughter on keeping his memory alive

Gianna Floyd, who said her father used to call her “Buttercup,” says she sees herself being a star. “I want to be that for my daddy. I want his heart to be filled up with joy”, she said.
1:07 | 04/22/21

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