Stars like Ariana Grande, Halsey and more marched for George Floyd over the weekend, and others are taking to social media to not only protest his death, but make it clear that racism can no longer be ignored.
Too soon. After Tokyo Jetz was dragged mercilessly by fans for joking about George Floyd’s death, the rapper issued a tearful apology and admitted she was ‘wrong as hell.’
The cause of death for George Floyd, an unarmed Black man who was brutally pinned to the ground by police in Minneapolis, has finally been revealed following days of protests and outrage.
Artists, music labels, and more are among those who are taking time to ‘disconnect from work and reconnect with our community,’ in the wake of protests. Here are five things you should know about Blackout Tuesday.
One day after Yungblud and Halsey reunited to protest the death of George Floyd, the former couple was forced to act as nurses after a Santa Monica demonstration turned bloody following a violent clash with police.
After Ramona Singer posted that ‘All Lives Matter’ on Instagram, her ‘RHONY’ nemesis, Leah McSweeney, put her on blast for the message she was sending to her followers.
Ice-T had a short, but notable response to President Donald Trump, who tweeted, ‘Law & Order’ on May 31, amid the nationwide protests calling for justice in the death of George Floyd.
‘The Hills’ star, Stephanie Pratt, has sparked outrage with her tweet about the George Floyd protests across America, as she urged officials to ‘shoot the looters’ in her message.
Americans are outraged after hearing that Donald Trump stayed silent — and even reportedly hid in a bunker — during protests for George Floyd at the White House.
In a new statement about George Floyd’s death, JAY-Z vowed to ‘fight for justice’ and asked the attorney general for the prosecution of ALL of the officers involved in the killing.
Vanessa Bryant made a powerful statement on social media following the death of George Floyd, urging her followers to ‘drive out hate’ and ‘spread love.’
This week’s Verzuz battle took us to the church. The two gospel legends paid tribute to the late George Floyd during the epic Instagram live event.
Jake Paul came under fire for filming looting at an Arizona mall, and has now responded to the backlash, saying he was simply documenting the activity.
Khloe Kardashian has broken her silence in the wake of George Floyd’s tragic death. The reality star opened up in a new post, saying she fears for her daughter’s future.
Matt McGorry, who is known for his work on the ABC series ‘How To Get Away With Murder’, says he’s on the mend after allegedly getting shot by the cops in the stomach during the LA protests.