Selena Gomez, Shawn Mendes and more artists calling for justice for George Floyd


George Floyd he was a citizen african-american living in Minneapolis in Minnesota , Floyd he died during an arrest this Mondayone of the police that he was arrested, placed his knee on the neck of Floydwhich prevented I could breathe for several minutes.

The police they said that arrested George Floyd because they had received a report in which they accused him of wanting to pay for items with a fake banknote twenty dollars, Floyd he was not armed or put resistance when the uniformed it came to him.

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The scene was captured by a Darnella Frazer it was in doing some shopping, realizing what was going on decided to pull out his cell phone, and convey the facts via Facebook Live.

This case police brutality shocked the entire world, thousands of protests are organized from the day of the incident, asking them to take legal actions against the law enforcement authorities who participated in the arrest of George Floyd.

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The movement ‘Black Lives Matter’who was born a few years ago and which seeks to raise awareness on the rights of the community african-american, became to take force to do it justice for George Floyd.

Many artists, including singers and actors the middle of the show have opinion in their social networks and they are using their voice public figures for this case does not remain unpunished.


Taylor Swift

The singer has published in his stories Instagram a image with the last words of George Floyd: ‘Please, I can not breathe, my stomach hurts, my neck hurts, everything hurts me, they are going to kill me’ and added the hashtag #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd.


Justin Bieber

The singer in your account Instagram published video the arrest of George Floyd and in the description wrote:


This makes me absolutely sick. It makes me mad that this man died. This makes me sad. Racism is bad, we Need to use our voice! Please people. Sorry GEORGE FLOYD


Beyoncé Knowles

Queen B it is one of the artists who have supported the movement Black Lives Matter, in its official website, published a memorial for George Floyd.



The singer wrote a message in his account of Twitter:

Rest in power #GeorgeFloyd, an unarmed black man who was killed by a police officer ON CAMERA. This system is failing the people it should protect. Where is the responsibility?


Demi Lovato

The singer has posted several posts on his account Instagram talking about the case of George Floyd:

This is not right. And will not stop until everyone to do their part. Especially the white. I said it recently and I’ll say it again, don’t let your discomfort about the social problems to prevent him from speaking in defense of people IN DANGER.


Shawn Mendes

The artist shared a message through your account Twitterthe singer asked to join the request to take legal actions against the police officers involved in the arrest of George Floyd.



The rapper talked a little bit with your fans by means of live on Instagram where he said:

We have a police system extremely racist and corrupt


Selena Gomez

The singer has published in his stories Instagram the same image that Taylor Swift and added:

How does this happening? Imagine all the brutality is not captured on video. RIP George Floyd.