LeBron James finds it ironic that Laura Ingraham thinks it’s okay for a white football quarterback to offer his opinion on politics. Two years ago, she told black NBA players to ‘shut up and dribble’ for doing the same exact thing!
At one point during George Floyd’s memorial service, Rev. Al Sharpton decided to acknowledge the celebrities in attendance and invite them to stand up. Viewers didn’t find this necessary!
After fans noticed that Kanye West hadn’t said a single word about the tragic deaths of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd, the rapper put his money where his mouth is by donating millions!
Following George Floyd’s tragic death on May 25, hundreds gathered to watch the beloved father, brother, and son be laid to rest and remembered for his beautiful life. See photos from George Floyd’s moving Minneapolis memorial.
Ultra conservative commentator Candace Owens is in hot water again after she posted a video titled ‘I do not support George Floyd’.
After getting dragged by fans for calling the George Floyd protesters ‘animals,’ rapper and ‘LHHM’ star Trina offered a sincere apology, adding that she’s ‘standing with’ her people fighting police brutality.
Gayle King teared up as she discussed George Floyd’s death, and the fears she has for her son, Will Bumpuss, living in this world as a black man. She’s worried about his safety every day.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson shared a video message directed at President Donald Trump following his volatile response to protesters who are ‘begging and pleading with their arms out just wanting to be heard’ in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Kelis used her platform — and her hair — to make a bold statement. The singer shared her new hairdo, dedicated to her ‘peoples blood that was spilled,’ in a new Instagram post. See the before and after photos.
Ayesha Curry took to her Instagram to share a slew of moving images from her time at the Oakland Black Lives Matter protests, encouraging her followers ‘to show up however you can and keep showing up.’
After receiving backlash for her Blackout Tuesday posts, Emma Watson took to social media to share a powerful message about racism and show her support for the black community.
Jake Paul joined hundreds of protesters marching in West Hollywood on June 3. The YouTuber handed out waters to the public and held a sign encouraging others to donate and vote — just days after he was criticized for filming looters at an Arizona mall.
BTS members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook took to their Twitter account to share a powerful statement of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, telling fans ‘You, I and we all have the right to be respected.’
Lili Reinhart is the latest celeb to join the front lines of a protest in the wake of George Floyd’s death. She was photographed holding up a ‘Black Live Matter’ sign while marching on June 3.
While speaking virtually at her former high school’s graduation on June 3, Meghan Markle broke her silence about George Floyd’s death and the current state of racism in America.