The hip-hop community is speaking out. Vixen Lori Harvey, Truly Young, Taina Williams, Daphne Joy, Jade, Tori Brixx and more celebrities have come forward to contribute to Black Out Tuesday. #BlackoutTuesday
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Over the past few hours, everyone from models to hip-hop entertainers have supported the Black Out Tuesday movement. They turned their Instagram pages into black screens to protest police brutality.
Sunday night, Shady Records boss Eminem broke huge news to followers. Em announced his entire team would observe a blackout day Tuesday where they would not make any purchases in support of the struggles against equality.
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Heading into last Friday, rap star T.I. went online and told people to mark July 7 on their calendars to support Blackout Day. The King of the South said this day would ultimately allow people’s money hurt companies’ pockets and show it’s time for blacks to stop getting negatively targeted.
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Last Thursday, West Coast rapper Day Sulan shared the same concept. Day explained the importance of all people of color in America uniting to not spend money for one day to address blacks getting shot.
“Wake Up Ya’ll #BLACKOUTDAY2020 💯✊🏽✍🏽”