On a Wednesday morning where a lot of Americans are weighing their options to see if this is country is still one they want to associate with, Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace is urging them not to leave the country.

World Peace took to Twitter and stayed true to his namesake, providing a bigger picture approach, rather than the supermassive shock that ensnares nearly half of the country.

“People are still talking about white people this, white people that. Clearly a lot of white people voted for Hillary (Clinton) and a lot of white people voted for Donald Trump,” he said in a Twitter video. “The more we make it a white and black issue, that's the more racism that's going to come out. So stay here, don't leave, stop crying, stay strong. Everything will be alright.”

“For the people that are struggling and having difficulty and going through tough times, whether it's oppression or whatever, so you're saying you're going to leave those people – who are not educated or strong enough to fight for themselves?” World Peace said. “So why would you leave this country if you said you care about this country or you care about certain issues or you care about those people? So you can't leave, because they need you.

He also encouraged those who are disappointed with the elections to get into politics.

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Metta World Peace's reaction is a stark contrast to many other NBA players who voiced their opinions on social media as well.