Personalities of the entertainment industry, as Emma Watson, Ricky Martin, LeBron James, Justin Bieber, Tom Holland, Daddy Yankee and Cara Delevingne joined this Tuesday to the general protest of the “Black Out Tuesday, which rejects the racism and police brutality, which emerged after the murder of George Floyd.
The protest virtual, arising from the music industry, reaches up to now close to two million post on social networks such as Twitter and Instagram.
While some only postearon the black box characteristic of the protest, others, such as Ricky Martin, was joined by the image of a message: “I think that it is only responsible to take a stand and acknowledge the pain that the black community has suffered and continues to suffer. Not just today, but every day,” said the puerto rican.
The actor and exluchador Dwayne Johnson he shared in his account of Instagram a short, but powerful message: “you have to normalize the equality”.
Other celebrities that were expressed on that social network were Bryan Cranston, Sharon Stone, Natalie Portman, Alejandro Sanz and Daddy Yankee, who also posted a photo of his child next to his parent.
“’BLACK father and WHITE Mother, the color more bacanos, that’s why I see everyone as a BROTHER’. That is what I said in one of my songs, because I am proud of my roots” said the reguetonero.
The actress Emma Watson, Goodwill ambassador of UN Women, was CRITICIZED BY some internet users by putting a white border on the black box of the protest; however, thousands jumped in your defense, ensuring that the actress of “Harry Potter” has supported causes such as the decriminalization of abortion, the fight against child marriage