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During the day of protests on Saturday, 30th of may by the death of the african-american George Floyd at the hands of the police, american singer Ariana Grande participated of the protests in Los Angeles, one of the instances that are lived in throughout the united States.

The voice of “Thank U, Next” was captured by other protesters along with the sign “Black Lives Matter” and is being very discussed in the social network Twitter.

On more than one occasion, the celebrity 26-year-old expressed his rejection of racism and abuse of authority in their country.

United States he lived for the Saturday, its fifth night of riots and protests, triggered by the death of a black man, George Floydat the hands of a white police officer, who suffocated when you press the knee against his neck in the ground, when he was arrested in Minneapolis (Minnesota).

In this state, the governor, Tim Walz, announced this Sunday, may 31, the extension by one more day of night curfew decreed on Friday, in Minneapolis and the neighboring Saint Paul, are both known as the Twin Cities (the twin cities).

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