Ashley Walters was seen for the first time in public since breaking down on social media as he recalled being stabbed by a white racist gang as a teenager.
Ashley was pictured out for a jog in his North London neighborhood.
The 30-year-old rapper broke down in tears in an emotional response to George Floyd's death.
In response to his fans questioning why he remained silent about Floyd's death in the U.S., Ashley recalled being jumped by a racist gang in London when he was only 15.
"I've spent the evening in my feelings and my thoughts about this George Floyd situation," the Bulletproof actor said.
"My point of coming on here today is that no one can tell me I am complicit. I haven't posted anything about the scenario for several reasons, but for the main one, I've been posting this thing all of my f***ing career."
Ashley, who was comforted by his wife Danielle, continued:
"I've seen black people and big corporations posting 'Your silence is a betrayal'. Don't ever f***ing tell me that my silence is a f***ing betrayal when I've been left for dead on the street by white men. Stabbed and left for dead and these people have never been brought to justice."
Ashley is known his star role as Dushane in Top Boy, and his role as Antoine in Get Rich or Die Tryin'.