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George Floyd Dies Due To Police Brutality, Celebrities React

The death of Gorge Floyd has led to a Black Lives Matter movement

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George Floyd was the victim of police violence and his death has sparked a number of protests in Minneapolis. The video which showed the death of the football players has since gone viral. It captures the four police officers as they mistreat George Floyd with one of them kneeling on his neck hard even as he stated that he couldn’t breathe. The officer continued to press down on Floyd’s neck till he died.

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There has been a massive outcry following the death of George Floyd. All four police officials involved have been fired and George Floyd’s attorney Ben Crump has called in for their arrests. Police have not identified the officers involved except Derek Chauvin who put his knee on George Floyd’s neck. The death of Gorge Floyd has led to a Black Lives Matter movement. Many celebrities including Justin Bieber, Cardi B, and Kim Kardashian expressed their outrage over the incident.

Celebrities React To The Death Of George Floyd

Cardi B

“Enough is enough! What will it take ? A civil war ? A new president? Violent riots ? It’s tired ! I’m tired ! The country is tired !You don’t put fear in people when you do this you just show how coward YOU ARE ! And how America is really not the land of the free !”

Justin Bieber

“THIS MUST STOP this makes me absolutely sick. This makes me angry this man DIED. This makes me sad. Racism is evil We need to use our voice! Please people. I’m sorry GEORGE FLOYD”. Justin Bieber shared this message with the viral video.

Diddy

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Diddy shared a simple post with George Floyd’s name on it with a praying hands emoji. He captioned it with a broken heart.

Kim Kardashian West

Kim Kardashian took to Twitter to express her grief. She posted a picture of George Floyd alongside the caption, “please, i can’t breathe.”

Mandy Moore

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George Floyd was killed at the hands of 4 officers in Minneapolis on Monday. The video is abhorrent. He should be alive. Getting killed by the police is the 6th leading cause of death of young black men in this country. White friends: We can’t let our discomfort, ego, or belief that this work doesn’t include us, prevent us from acknowledging our privilege and that we have the burden of dismantling white supremacy. We do. We can not be complacent. We can not be silent. We need to have this conversation with our families and friend and coworkers. Let’s turn outrage into action. It starts with texting FLOYD to 55156 to demand that the officers who murdered George Floyd are arrested and charged. The link in my bio was compiled by @sarahsophief and has tangible things we can all do to educate ourselves (articles, films, who to follow on social media, organizations that need our funding, etc…) and disrupt the system from which we benefit. #georgefloyd

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“George Floyd was killed at the hands of 4 officers in Minneapolis on Monday. The video is abhorrent. He should be alive. Getting killed by the police is the 6th leading cause of death of young black men in this country.
White friends:
We can’t let our discomfort, ego, or belief that this work doesn’t include us, prevent us from acknowledging our privilege and that we have the burden of dismantling white supremacy. We do. We can not be complacent. We can not be silent. We need to have this conversation with our families and friend and coworkers. Let’s turn outrage into action.
It starts with texting FLOYD to 55156 to demand that the officers who murdered George Floyd are arrested and charged. The link in my bio was compiled by @sarahsophief and has tangible things we can all do to educate ourselves (articles, films, who to follow on social media, organizations that need our funding, etc…) and disrupt the system from which we benefit. #georgefloyd”

LeBron James

“Do you understand NOW!!??!!? Or is it still blurred to you??” LeBron captioned his post on Instagram.

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