Celebrities Are Sharing Emotional Responses To The Death Of George Floyd On Social Media

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The recent killing of George Floyd by now-fired policeman Derek Chauvin has sparked intense national outrage. Protests have erupted across the country, with civil unrest growing in Minneapolis.

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Celebrities have been utilizing their social media platforms to share their emotional responses. They’re raising awareness, demanding change, and calling for action.

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Lady Gaga:

My heart breaks for George Floyd, his family and for the people in Minneapolis. Murder is murder. Cops are also citizens, the same rules should apply to them. This is absolutely horrific and if the mayor and DA do not step up it sets a poor example for this entire country.


Ariana Grande:

please keep signing these petitions, making donations, having conversations w family and friends about it, reading and sharing links and resources… gentle reminder that this doesn’t end today or tomorrow or after you post about it once. #blacklivesmatter https://t.co/c6YjQCb6p2


Ava DuVernay:

You deserved your breath, your dignity, your life. Not to die in the street, murdered by a white cop’s knee on your neck. You deserve our tears, our prayers, our rage, our action. We must act — for you — and for all of those were no cameras are present. We must. #GeorgeFloyd


John Boyega:

This just burns. Seems to be a never ending cycle. The murderers need to be charged severely. Even in the face of death this man was given zero empathy. #RIPGeorgeFloyd #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd


And Dwayne «The Rock» Johnson:

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