Music mogul Diddy, Killer Mike, Trey Songz and a grip of other entertainers aren’t keeping their lips sealed. Celebs have stepped forward to speak out on a shockingly alarming number of white supremacists invading the University of Virginia’s campus Friday.

Throughout Saturday (August 12) night, everyone from Puffy Daddy to comedian Marlon Wayans had something to say about the hate-filled protests.

This is a real scenario for far too many Amerikans

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This this this this this @killermike

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#Repost @bryanmichaelcox ・・・ justice. #MLK.

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✊🏽#USorELSE

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🤷🏾‍♂️👊🏾. Amerikkka

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Don't be shocked!!!!! WAKE UP!!!!

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Don't be shocked!!!! The truth will set you free! It's not sad it's real!

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