“It hurts Me to the heart”: Rosalia was downloaded to Instagram about George Floyd


From the 25 of may, the streets of Minnesota, in the united States, caldearon after the death of George Floyd. A constellation of stars has joined an urgent campaign to demand justice on this case marked by racism. Still resonates in the social networks the video of the officer Derek Chauvin, who brutally ended his life. For this reason, Rosalia this was echoed by the initiative and ordered their profile on Instagram to give your opinion about it.

The Catalan 26-year-old did not hesitate to write a message in the network of the hearts: “My heart aches when I think that today there are still people losing their life and is treated unfairly by the color of your skin. And I want to use my account to say it. I never understand why our society is racist, and even less why we continue to allow it to be. Let us love, respetémonos, informémonos, ask, learn to do it better in our day-to-day and not to permit or quiet injustices ❤️ Black Lives Matter.”

The publication reached more than 103 thousand “Likes” in just 5 hours of being hung on Instagram. However, the diva chose to remove the option for comments to avoid a junction with the users. It is worth remembering that the interpreter “I Swear what” took him by surprise the quarantine by the Covid-19 while I was in Miami, in the united States finalizing their new material. And that is one of the cities that is in curfew protests that originated in Minnesota.

Rosalia supports the Black Lives Matter

Another aspect that called the attention of their fans, was that Rosed showed solidarity with the movement called Black Lives Matter. It is then, of an international political organization that was founded from the 13th of July, 2013 in support of the african-american community that lies in american soil. For this reason, its members were mobilized to the streets to demand justice in the case of George Floyd.

Now Rosalie also added its firm voice to Beyonce, Kylie Jenner, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Ricky Martin, Demi Lovato, Luis Fonsi and Penelope Cruz as the first to promote a campaign to speed research. In fact, they ask the president of the united States, Donald Trump, process to those involved in the death of the citizen of 46 years. From the 25th of may register strong protests in the city in which is recorded the burning of a police unit in front of the headquarters of CNN in Atlanta.