Trey Songz, Usher, Kendrick Lamar & More Celebs Hit The Streets To Protest

Trey Songz attends 50 Cent Cognac Launch Party at One Cigar Lounge on February 1
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This is HISTORY in the making! 

We are in week two of the push for racial equality and to end police brutality. The death of George Floyd sparked a nationwide/global movement. All 50 states plus 18 countries are fighting to end white supremacy, social injustice, and to demand justice for every unarmed black woman, man, or child who was killed at the hands of police or an evil person who has not been held accountable for their crime.

Celebrities are also using their star power during this critical time. More than ever we need everyone amplifying their voices! Over the weekend, Usher and Trey Songz linked up with an organization called Black Rides For Black Lives. They spread the word about social injustice while on bikes with other people on the ride. They shouted, “no justice, no peace!”

Kendrick Lamar was also sported in his hometown in Compton protesting with the people. He was wearing all black and a face mask and snapped a few pictures by himself and with fans.

Complex reports, NBA stars DeMar DeRozan and Russell Westbrook were also spotted marching in Compton as well. On the east coast Nick Cannon, alongside thousands of demonstrators took the streets of Times Square.