Adele has long been renowned for speaking her mind and the death of George Floyd has her doing exactly that.
The superstar singer is the latest name to use her platform to condemn the systematic racism she feels led to the “murder” of the unarmed Black man at the hands of Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin.
As reported the law enforcer knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes – despite repeated pleas of breathing discomfort.
Now, as #BlackLivesMatter protests intensify worldwide, Adele has weighed-in.
Her words below…
Normani has opened up about the impact George Floyd‘s death and broader racial injustice is having on her.
In a candid letter, the hitmaker unpacked her hurt and frustration.
Going into great depth, the 24-year-old drew on history to highlight the unfortunate parallels that still exist today.
Her words await below…
When Azealia Banks condemned America’s treatment of African-Americans she was met with silence, and in some cases criticism, from her peers in the entertainment today.
Today, she is one of the many musicians stepping out to critique the music industry’s response to the murder of George Floyd and the protests it has sparked.
Learn more below…
Camila Cabello is no stranger to race debates, but the singer is seemingly attempting to turn a positive corner. And is doing so in partnership with boyfriend Shawn Mendes.
George Floyd‘s death at the hands of a white police officer has caused an international outcry and has sparked protests worldwide.
One of the latest took place in Miami and saw Cabello join in together with Mendes.
Peep the footage below…
‘Legendary’ strut its way on to HBO Max and is creating all sorts of buzz.
An unscripted ballroom reality show, the series follows competing vogue teams showcasing their moves and fashion for a panel of judges including Law Roach, ballroom legend Leiomy Maldonado, Jameela Jamil, and Megan Thee Stallion.
Executive produced by David Collins, Rob Eric and Michael Williams alongside Scout Productions, check out the first FULL episode of the high octane dance series right here on That Grape Juice.