New York rapper Tony Yayo, Meek Mill, Casanova 2x, Juelz Santana and “Power” actor Joseph “Tommy Egan” Sikora aren’t keeping their lips sealed on Virginia. The group of celebs have come forward to share emotional feelings about this past weekend’s publicized white supremacists demonstrations.

The high-profile entertainers went to Instagram to speak out on the drama.

Really Tho… 💯✔️

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He The Real MVP… 💯✔️

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👂🏾👂🏾👂🏾🔊📣

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When it gets real these fuck boys run.Wish that was me they would've never knew I had a gun😤

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FUCK V.A POLICE 🚨

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Over the weekend, handfuls of high-profile musicians stepped forward to speak out with reactions to white supremacists protesting at the University of Virginia.

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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