LOS ANGELES (united States).- “Enough is enough, is enough!!! What will it take for a civil war? What a new president?”, demanded Cardi B on may 26, a day after the death of George Floyd, a black man of 46 years old from the suburb of St. Louis Park in Minneapolis. The death of George during an arrest by police was captured on video, which quickly went viral after it was published online. In the images, members of the Minneapolis Police have frozen.
An officer is seen kneeling on his neck. The nose of George bleed while pleading: “please, I can not breathe”. Viewers who recorded the arrest begs the officers to “stop breathing”. Towards the end of the video, George is silent and motionless. He was declared dead at the Medical Center of Hennepin County, according to the medical examiner, according to The New York Times. “I’m so sick of posting this m$%#$”, he wrote IT while he was sharing a screen capture of an officer kneeling on the neck of George.
“Then, if we do not, goes unnoticed. I’m ready when you are… will NOT STOP UNTIL YOU STOP‼”, wrote LeBron James, who posted a photo of him wearing a shirt with the last words of Eric Garner (“I can Not breathe”) on may 27, a day after it posted a meme of Colin Kapernick. Janet Jackson also shared the meme in your account, “¿¿¡¡¿¿¡¡Understand now!!??!!?? Or do you still have blur?”.
Kim Kardashian, who took the reform of the criminal justice as a cause, tweeted a photo of George along with the hashtag #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd. “My heart can’t bear it, seeing what happened to #GeorgeFloyd“, tweeted Ciara. “This is eerily similar to the death of #EricGarner. There has to be a stopping point in the process of arresting someone.” For their part, Halle Berry wrote: “I Am very angry. This m$&$& have to stop! #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd”. Zoe Kravitz, Eva Longoria, Jamie Lee Curtis, Madonna, Penelope Cruz and Jessica Alba also released a photo of George Floyd in their accounts of Instagram”.
“I’m going to bed with a heavy heart AGAIN”, published Porsha Williams in his account of Instagram. “I saw a small part of the horrible MURDER of George Floyd and more early this morning, and has taken me all day to muster the courage to see the whole video!… How can this be happening again and again in the united States? We must demand that all involved are sentenced to prison for the lynching modern. I’m praying for your family and sending love and strength while fighting for justice for George Floyd!”.