Mariska Hargitay shut down Donald Trump on Twitter after the president tweeted, ‘Law & Order’ — the hit show she’s starred in since 1999. She joins co-star Ice-T, who slammed Trump on June 1.
As many celebs blacked out their social media in protest of George Floyd’s death, Chris Brown joined in the demonstration, saying his ‘heart’ was with those demanding justice.
Following the deaths of George Floyd and ‘countless other Black citizens at the hands of the police,’ stars like Drake and Rihanna are hitting ‘pause’ to reconnect with their community during #BlackOutTuesday.
Britney Spears joined the group of celebrities supporting the Black Lives Matter movement on Blackout Tuesday, June 2. She told her fans ahead of the protest that #TheShowMustBePaused.
January Jones posted a photo of her eight-year-old son with a protest sign on her Instagram grid, and vowed that she would do everything she can ‘to learn more’ as protests following George Floyd’s May 25 death continue.
Protestors have taken over L.A. to demand justice after George Floyd’s death, but they’ve all made sure that murals of Kobe and Gianna Bryant throughout the city have not been ruined.
Seth Rogen proudly supported the Black Lives Matter movement on Instagram, and individually responded to any person who was giving him hate for it in the comments section.
In a new Instagram post, Kendall Jenner acknowledged her ‘white privilege’ and showed her support for the Black Lives Matter movement following the horrific death of George Floyd.
Donald Trump declared he would deploy the U.S. military against criminal injustice protesters if states could not control the violence in some areas and celebs quickly spoke out in anger about his decision.
Ryan Guzman’s ‘9-1-1’ co-stars and fans became outraged with him after he admitted that he uses racial slurs ‘all the time’. Especially after he defended his actions.
It’s not every day that Adele shares something on Instagram, but the heartbreaking death of George Floyd moved the ‘Hello’ singer to break her social media silence to support the fight for ‘justice.’
Cole Sprouse revealed in a new Instagram post that he was arrested along with ‘peaceful protesters’ in Santa Monica on May 31, using his platform to encourage fans to do ‘the right thing’ during this fractured time.
New mugshots of Derek Chauvin were released after he was moved to a maximum security prison on June 1. The former Minneapolis cop was charged with the murder of George Floyd on May 29.
Barack Obama took to social media to share a lengthy powerful message of advice with ‘basic lessons from past efforts’ to ‘bring about change’ for social injustice and many celebrities responded with their full support.
Nicki Minaj urged her Instagram followers to ‘let your voice be heard’ over the lack of charges against the police officers who watched George Floyd die on May 25th.