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Celebrities react to bright and sad events in Minneapolis.

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Celebrities react to bright and sad events in Minneapolis.

May 30, 2020 10:17 pm
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A number of Us see celebrities speak out on social media about the events in Minneapolis. In this city, died on Monday, the 46-year-old, George was on the Cover after a heavy-handed arrest. An overview of the on-line communications.

Beyonce
“We have a righteousness that is needed for George’s Music,” says Beyonce in a video on Instagram, in which she and her followers are calling to set up an online petition for you to sign. “We were all witnesses to his murder at the end of the day. We can be such a pain, not return to normal. Stop the senseless killing of human beings. Stop in and say that black people are less human. We are no longer able to turn away.”