Home » News » Black lives matter movement was supported by Jamie Foxx too

Black lives matter movement was supported by Jamie Foxx too

The brutal murder case of George Floyd has provoked the people of the US to protest on the streets. People have been raising their voices in favor of “Black Man” in the country. Apart from common people, many renowned Hollywood stars have also come forward and took part in the “Black Lives Matter” protest, which includes the actors Selena Gomez, David Schwimmer, Keanu Reeves, Snoop Dogg, Halsey, Cole Sprouse. They all are highly condemning the death of George Floyd.

Like many other Hollywood stars, recently, Jamie Foxx also joined the demonstrators marching through Hollywood. He was seen holding signs proclaiming Black Lives Matter with other demonstrators. Just Mercy star Jamie Foxx also raised his voice in solidarity with other demonstrators. Some of the pictures of the 52 years old handsome star which were taken during a protest has also gone viral over the internet.

The Ray star Jamie Foxx joined the protesters at San Francisco on 7 June. He also followed the general advice which has been recommended by the government amidst COVID-19, and he was seen wearing a face mask to protect himself from coronavirus. He was also spotted in a fully black outfit with sunglasses and a black baseball cap in which letter M was displaying on the front. While he was protesting against George Floyd’s death, therefore he does not stand out to the authorities.

Apart from protesting, the Django Unchained actor also gave a passionate speech at the city hall. You can check out some tweets of him in which he is seen talking to the public and marching with the protestors.

In addition to this, the Robin Hood actor also shared many pictures of the protest on his Instagram account. Jamie Foxx also posted pictures of kids who were at the protest, and he also shared pictures of himself being a part of the protest.

Jamie captioned his post, “Passing it along, having my kids with me at the protest was bittersweet. Having them watch the world come together was beautiful. But having to explain to them why we were all there was heartbreaking. Let’s change the world, so they don’t have to live in it the way we have been… #justiceforgeorgefloyd #blacklivesmatter #swipeleft”.

We all should treat each other equally. After the appalling death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter movement was started. 26 May 2020 was the day when George Floyd left us, and four police officers of Minneapolis were slammed and dismissed from their job. The cruel act’s footage of pinning down George on the ground by the officers went viral within no time on social media.

It was an eight-minute clip where we could see our departed soul George, alive, mourning and groaning in pain and saying, “I cannot breathe.” The case has been given to the FBI for further investigation.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Scroll to Top