Britney Spears joins the support of Black Lives Matter: read his powerful message on Instagram

The situation of social protest that comes from living in United States from a week ago is each time more delicate. After the african-american George Floyd to be killed by the police, different regions of the country protested against the police brutality and racism, under the banner of the movement Black Lives Matter. Little by little, began adding celebrities to the movement: the latter was Britney Spears.

The pop icon of the decade of the 90 joined the Blackout Tuesday. This is happening right now, and it is a day in which journalistic publications, entertainment companies and celebrities showed their support to the protests of the united States. That is why Britney shared a powerful image of the artist Danica Imt on Instagram. In this, we see a figure of white skin along with a black leather around a planet.

However what caught the attention was the text that he shared along with the same. Lee: “What the world needs now is love,” followed by an emoji world, and another broken heart. “My heart’s part to think of my friends in the black community, and by all that is happening now in our country. Right now I think that what we should all do is to listen… to learn… to be best”, continued.

The post Britney continued: “And use our voices for good. To begin with I will participate in the #BlackoutTuesday. I will not be posting in the social networks and I ask that you do the same. We should use this time to draw us away from our devices and focus on what we can do to make the world a better place. For all of us”concluded. Then, it included a number in which the residents can send messages, and donate to the cause.

Britney it is just one of the many personalities within the music that have taken part of the #BlackoutTuesday. Another similar initiative but specific to the music was #TheShowMustBePausedor “the show must pause”, created for that by a day the voices of the african american community from reaching the public like never before. Other stars who joined were Billie Eilish, Lil Yachty, Katy Perry, Drake, DJ Khaled, and Ariana Grande.