This video from the USA says about itself:
5 November 2014
Social media has been set ablaze after the police officer, Darren Wilson, who shot and killed an unarmed Michael Brown was not indicted by a grand jury in the murder trial in Ferguson, Missouri yesterday and big stars are now reacting differently from all over the world. Rihanna, Nas, Alicia Keys, Pharrell Williams, Gabrielle Union, Keri Hilson, Katy Perry, Michelle Williams, Ludacris and many more jumped on social media to air their views on the shocking verdict which has now left the city of Ferguson in complete violence.
RiRi posted a picture on her Instagram of a board which read: ‘Justice for – (I left it blank) because I’ll probably need this next year’ and captioned it “Fact”. Nas wrote on Twitter: “You were put here to protect us but who will protect us from you? – KRS One” Pharrell Williams wrote: “I’m brokenhearted over the news of no indictment in Ferguson. Let’s all pray for peace.”
Keri Hilson wrote: “So disappointed . I can’t quite find the words but my heart weeps. I thought “we” had finally begun to matter. #MikeBrown #Ferguson” Jazzmine Suillevan wrote: “Being unarmed is not enough to receive justice I guess”. Gabrielle Union wrote: “Heavy Heart, Angry Soul… we matter. All our lives matter. Hear us, Feel us, Respect us… ALL”.
Former Destiny’s Child stars LeToya Luckett: “I could care less about a rule or a reason. It is NEVER ok to kill an UNARMED Human Being!!! And yet again #Nojustice” Meanwhile Michelle Williams wrote: “#mikebrown #ferguson #peace #justice #answers #trust #love” Ludacris wrote: “A system cannot fail those it was never designed to protect”.
Actor Will Ferrell posted a picture of a fully armed army in Ferguson and wrote: “I don’t have words. How can you plead for peaceful protest when you show us like this?” Katy Perry wrote: “Feeling stuck all the way over here in Sydney seeing the news just now… Sending my prayers to Ferguson and praying for an equal America.”
And many more… What is your reaction?
From Contactmusic in the USA:
16 April 2015
Now, Rihanna has reminded fans of the troubled times in America with a politically-charged new promo, which was released on her mentor Jay Z’s new streaming site, Tidal, on Thursday (16Apr15).
The images fit the theme of the song – last week (ends10Apr15) co-writer Sam Harris told Billboard.com, “There’s a lot of turmoil going on in this country right now… This country is great and has the potential to be something really, really incredible, but there are a lot of problems that we don’t acknowledge and it’s important to shed light on both those things.”
Missouri National Guard called Ferguson protesters ‘enemy forces’: here.