The wife of Soundgarden and Audioslave singer Chris Cornell, Vicky Cornell, has shared a controversial post through her Instagram page, on May 19.

In this post, Vicky desired to recall the controversial genocide of ‘Pontic Greeks’ and used the following statements:

“Today we remember the genocide of over 350,000 Pontic Greeks. We must remember AND recognize what happened if our declaration of #NeverAgain is to have any meaning.”

Through this post, Vicky has posted Chris Cornell’s videos that refer to this controversial genocide. In the fırst video, Chris Cornell had used these statements to share his feelings:

“It’s so hard to imagine being a father and not be able to protect your wife or children…”

In the second video, Chris Cornell is seen while singing his song, ‘The Promise’.

This sharing that was made by Vicky Cornell caused some controversy among the followers.

You can find the mentioned post below.

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 Today we remember the genocide of over 350,000 Pontic Greeks. We must remember AND recognize what happened if our declaration of #NeverAgain is to have any meaning. “I married into a Greek family and I’ve heard stories about my wife’s grandparents, who were actually refugees, as little kids, from the same conflict…. The first conversation I remember having with Eric about it was late one night when I was feeling specifically paranoid about the future and having young children, and Eric has young children of a similar age. It was just one father to another, talking about the climate of the world and imagining, “What if it were me, and someone kicked my door in at 4 o’clock in the morning and separated my family? What if they took our children away, or took me away, and then my family doesn’t have a father?” #ChrisCornell #keepthepromise #neverforget #legendsneverdie

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