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Hollywood celebrities protest for “Black Lives Matter” bandwagon

Jamie Foxx stood side by side with activists in Minneapolis, declaring that “we’re not afraid of the moment.” In Los Angeles, pop star Halsey and Insecure actor Kendrick Sampson were hit with rubber bullets during the stand-off.

What’s more, in Chicago, John Cusack was shooting a burning vehicle when officials hurried to him and started shouting at him to leave, and he says, hitting his bicycle.

Across the U.S., numerous big stars have been doing undeniably more than tweeting strong words or giving painstakingly arranged proclamations.

They took to the streets by great many individuals to censure the killings of black people at the hands of police and to request reform.

“I was there in LA when it was the Rodney King beating and I watched that and I said ‘man, if they get away with this, what’s going to happen later?’ And it continues to happen,” Foxx said Monday in San Francisco, where he joined church leaders and activists in a “kneel-in.”

Foxx’s remarks came three days after he traveled to Minneapolis to join the protest regarding the passing of George Floyd, a black man who kicked the bucket in the wake of being stuck under the knee of a white Minneapolis cop for a few minutes significantly after he got inert.

“As I’m talking to my nephews, as I’m talking to my daughter, trying to telling them how to act when they’re out there and they see a police officer, I’m sort of running out of things to tell them and it shouldn’t be that way,” Foxx said in San Francisco.

“It shouldn’t be that way in America in 2020. We have to evolve.”

Numerous famous people turned out Saturday and Sunday at now and again exceptional fights in Los Angeles, including one outside a well known, very good quality shopping center where nonconformists assumed control over a city transport, labeled structures and consumed squad cars.

Model and activist Emily Ratajkowski waved a sign that read “Dismantle power structures of oppression,” Paris Jackson carried one that said “Peace Love Justice” and rapper Machine Gun Kelly ’s said, “Silence is betrayal.” Pop star Ariana Grande tweeted that “we chanted, people beeped and cheered along.”

Sampson (Insecure, How to Get Away With Murder) on Saturday grabbed a microphone.

“Our solutions are not defined by systems that oppression built!” he shouted. “America was founded on racism, anti-blackness and genocide. When you talk about America, don’t leave that ‘s’ out.”

Later Sampson was appeared at the front of a deadlock with police. A portion of the subtleties of the video aren’t clear, yet Sampson said on Instagram that an elastic projectile that police shot into the ground ricocheted and hit his partner. The video shows Sampson step before his partner and an official hit him at any rate twice with a stick.

“Then an officer aims straight at me, no ricochet, and shoots (rubber bullets)” Sampson wrote. “That was one of seven shots I took. They are excruciating. And they CAN kill.”

Close by, Halsey, who was at the dissent with ex and recording craftsman Yungblud, likewise revealed being hit with elastic projectiles and getting tear-gassed.

“We were peaceful. Hands up, not moving, not breaching the line,” she wrote on Instagram. “They opened fire of rubber bullets and tear gas multiple times on U.S. citizens who were not provoking them.”

Los Angeles police didn’t react to a solicitation for input about their activities at the scene.

Halsey was pull out fighting Sunday in close by Santa Monica, where numerous demonstrators acted calmly however others proceeded with a third day of plundering in the Los Angeles zone.

Recording artist Madison Beer tweeted Sunday for people to leave Santa Monica immediately. “I was just tear gassed,” she wrote. “They are arresting everyone and tear gassing all crowds.”

Jamie Foxx stood shoulder-to-shoulder with activists in Minneapolis, proclaiming that “we’re not afraid of the moment.” In Los Angeles, pop star Halsey and Insecure actor Kendrick Sampson were hit with rubber bullets during a tense stand-off.

And in Chicago, John Cusack was filming a burning car when officers rushed up to him and began screaming at him to leave, and he says, hitting his bike.

Across the U.S., many celebrities have been doing far more than tweeting supportive words or issuing carefully prepared statements.

They took to the streets alongside thousands of people to condemn the killings of black people at the hands of police and to demand reform.

“I was there in LA when it was the Rodney King beating and I watched that and I said ‘man, if they get away with this, what’s going to happen later?’ And it continues to happen,” Foxx said Monday in San Francisco, where he joined church leaders and activists in a “kneel-in.”

Foxx’s comments came three days after he flew to Minneapolis to join the chorus of anger over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after being pinned under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer for several minutes even after he became unresponsive.

“As I’m talking to my nephews, as I’m talking to my daughter, trying to telling them how to act when they’re out there and they see a police officer, I’m sort of running out of things to tell them and it shouldn’t be that way,” Foxx said in San Francisco.

“It shouldn’t be that way in America in 2020. We have to evolve.”

Many celebrities turned out Saturday and Sunday at sometimes intense protests in Los Angeles, including one outside a popular, high-end shopping mall where protesters took over a city bus, tagged buildings and burned police cars.

Model and activist Emily Ratajkowski waved a sign that read “Dismantle power structures of oppression,” Paris Jackson carried one that said “Peace Love Justice” and rapper Machine Gun Kelly ’s said, “Silence is betrayal.” Pop star Ariana Grande tweeted that “we chanted, people beeped and cheered along.”

Sampson (Insecure, How to Get Away With Murder) on Saturday grabbed a microphone.

“Our solutions are not defined by systems that oppression built!” he shouted. “America was founded on racism, anti-blackness and genocide. When you talk about America, don’t leave that ‘s’ out.”

Later Sampson was shown at the front of a standoff with police. Some of the details of the video aren’t clear, but Sampson said on Instagram that a rubber bullet that police shot into the ground ricocheted and hit his assistant. The video shows Sampson step in front of his assistant and an officer hit him at least twice with a baton.

“Then an officer aims straight at me, no ricochet, and shoots (rubber bullets)” Sampson wrote. “That was one of seven shots I took. They are excruciating. And they CAN kill.”

Nearby, Halsey, who was at the protest with ex-boyfriend and recording artist Yungblud, also reported being hit with rubber bullets and getting tear-gassed.

“We were peaceful. Hands up, not moving, not breaching the line,” she wrote on Instagram. “They opened fire of rubber bullets and tear gas multiple times on U.S. citizens who were not provoking them.”

Los Angeles police did not respond to a request for comment about their actions at the scene.

Halsey was back out protesting Sunday in nearby Santa Monica, where many demonstrators acted peacefully but others continued a third day of looting in the Los Angeles area.

Recording artist Madison Beer tweeted Sunday for people to leave Santa Monica immediately. “I was just tear gassed,” she wrote. “They are arresting everyone and tear gassing all crowds.”

Among the hundreds arrested at that mostly peaceful demonstration was Riverdale actor Cole Sprouse, who wrote on Instagram that “this is precisely the time to contemplate what it means to stand as an ally.”

“I hope others in my position do, as well,” he said.

While some celebrities chose to demonstrate, others took to social media to express their disapproval of looting. “Everyone is angry but there is a way to direct that anger,” actor/director Taika Waititi wrote on Twitter on Saturday. In another tweet, he wrote: “The police seem to be enjoying this. You’re inciting the chaos, dudes!”

After peaceful protests turned violent in Atlanta on Friday, director Tyler Perry pleaded on Instagram to “please stop this violence!”

“Looting is NOT THE ANSWER!!!!” he said.

That night rapper Killer Mike, whose cousin is an Atlanta cop, talked close by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and gave an enthusiastic discourse that before long circulated around the web.

“It is your duty not to burn your own house down for anger with an enemy,” he said, adding that he has a lot of love and respect for police while also acknowledging that some of them have done “horrendous” things.

On Monday, Perry posted on Instagram that he personally spoke with George Floyd’s immediate family, and that “’they are adamant in their call for peaceful protest.”

In San Francisco, Foxx urged more of his fellow celebrities to step up.

“What I want to say about my Hollywood friends, you’ve got to get out here,” he said. “You can’t sit back, you can’t tweet, you can’t text … When you hear and when you see how people are hurting, you can understand what it is as opposed to being in your bedroom or your living room and saying, ‘Hey I don’t like this.’ Get out of the cul-de-sac and come down here on the courtroom steps.”

Tank joined Foxx and sang a powerful rendition of Sam Cooke’s A Change is Gonna Come.

“A change is gonna come,” Tank told the crowd afterward. “As long as we keep doing this, a change is gonna come.”

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