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A vegan vlogger has been slammed on Twitter after posting an "animal rights matter" rant and comparing the movement to black oppression.
Big Sean, 32, is one of many celebrities speaking out about social injustice after George Floyd‘s tragic death in Minneapolis on May 25. The rapper shared a video on his Instagram page on June 1 that showed him discussing his feelings about racism and being an African-American at this time in the world, when nationwide protests have been going on in most American cities. Although change is being demanded by thousands, he admitted that he doesn’t feel “free” in the midst of all the chaos.

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Big Sean, 32, is one of many celebrities speaking out about social injustice after George Floyd‘s tragic death in Minneapolis on May 25. The rapper shared a video on his Instagram page on June 1 that showed him discussing his feelings about racism and being an African-American at this time in the world, when nationwide protests have been going on in most American cities. Although change is being demanded by thousands, he admitted that he doesn’t feel “free” in the midst of all the chaos.
Lea Michele is just one actress who recently took to her social media account to express solidarity and support for the Black Lives Matter movement following the tragic death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis. USA Today reported today that Michele’s tweet was supported by many people, although, her former co-star, began complaining of her behavior while on set and claims that Michele didn’t make her feel like her life mattered.

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Protests continued for the seventh straight day around the country as thousands took to the streets in Los Angeles over the death of George Floyd.Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker were just two of the celebrities who joined the crowds to march against racial injustice and Floyd's death.It was the second day the rapper (bornColson Baker), 32, joined protests and held a sign calling for the arrest of ex-Minnesota cops involved in Floyd's death.
Keke Palmer implored members of the National Guard to march with Black Lives Matter protesters on Tuesday.The Strahan, Sara and Keke TV host, 26, made her impassioned plea to the National Guard officers during a peaceful protest in Los Angeles.'Stand together with the community, with society to stop, stop the governmental oppression,' the Scream Queens actress begged of the men in the powerful video.

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