Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez - Zuma / Starface
Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, were among the protesters on the streets of Hollywood to support the Black Lives Matter movement. The interpreter of Jenny from the Block shared a video on Instagram in which we can see her parading in the middle of the crowd with her future husband. The star holds a sign on which is reproduced the slogan "Enough is enough". The former sportsman brandishes meanwhile "Let's make noise for Black Lives Matter". Two signs made by Emme and Max, the singer's children, as she said in the comments of her post.
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Today I had Emme and Max make me and Alex a sign for the protest. Max told me a few days ago: “you know mom, since you have a following like some of my YouTuber gamers and they ask us to support things and we do, you should do that for George Floyd.” I said, “funny you say that baby, I am planning a few things. Do you want to help by making a sign? ” And they did !! 🖤🖤🖤 We talked about how if one person doesn't have justice then no one does. That this country was built on the belief of freedom and justice for all. We must take a stand for what we believe in and fight against the injustices in this world. So we continue to peacefully protest until there is change. #BlackLivesMatter #GetLoud #CallingAllMamas #TeachThemYoung @arod
A post shared by Jennifer Lopez (@jlo) on Jun 7, 2020 at 7:50 pm PDT
The bride and groom were not the only celebrities on the American streets. Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas also demonstrated, chanting "No justice, no peace", as can be seen on their Instagram accounts. Michael B. Jordan, on the other hand, took the microphone during the Los Angeles demonstration, as relayed by Vulture .
"I use my power to ask for diversity, but it is time that the studios and all these buildings in front of which we stand do the same," he said, encouraging the public to vote in the next US presidential election. and support "cultural leaders, industries, brands and associations" founded by blacks.
The singer Pink also documented the event in which she participated this weekend on her Instagram account. In the hashtag, the interpreter of You're Beautiful wrote "make the right choice", "white privilege", "Black Lives Matter" and "Justice for George Floyd", among others.
Jamie Foxx shared on the same social network a video showing hundreds of protesters lying on the ground, chanting "I can't breathe", the last words of George Floyd before losing consciousness during his arrest on May 25 in Minneapolis. The actor added in caption: "This is love."
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