Beyonce: George Floyd’s Death Can’t Be Normalize, Wants Petition

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Beyonce: George Floyd's Death Can't Be Normalize, Wants Petition

Celebrities are even more than inflammable over tragic death of George Floyd. From different sector of rappers, singers and related figures, they’re furious for Justice to be initiated following George Floyd pass away.

Sure, Amahiphop has gotten series of hip-hop names resisting, protesting using different social platforms of choice in making endeavors for Justice to be linked to George Floyd who was killed on what many characterized as racism.

Over the same cause, we also shared hip-hop powerhouse talents, black panthers with perspective response against injustice to be totally labeled as capital punishment. Both Jay-Z, Dr Dre, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill have been out spoken as well referencing what Blacks are passing through on bases.

Hov previously called out Governor Walz to conduct extensive Justice meanwhile Beyonce is another woman backing up her husband for peace to be brought intensively for late George Floyd.

Bey, on our normal observation, she thinks George Floyd’s death shouldn’t be normalize. She wants petition against cops linked to his death. Taking to her Instagram and being another Black American woman who’s willing for Justice. She told her fans probably to insist for Justice at the same time.

“If you want to demand more charges brought on all those involved in the death of George Floyd, click the link in my bio to sign the petition. We cannot normalize this pain. We can no longer look away.” she said

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Blackmatters has hot lately and more coming out with different opinion although working together in favour of George. 

Beyoncè’s husband, recording artiste and successful entrepreneur, Jay-Z, reached out to the Police Chief of Minnesota as ‘a black man in pain’ to ensure there are accountability and justice, unlike the many overturned cases we’ve seen even up to recently. These moving events have also prompted artistes like The Weeknd, Drake, Chrissy Teigen, and even the couple Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds to donate hefty sums towards bail funds, which has become necessary as protestors encounter danger and backlash on the streets.

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