Riverdale star KJ Apa has been responded to the criticism he has been received over his reaction to the Black Lives Matter protests. Following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, demonstrations will be demanding accountability within the police force and racial equality have been held all around the world.
Referring to Apa’s role in The Hate U Give, the 2018 film adaption of a bestselling Young Adult novel about racism and police brutality. Daniel wrote: I love that movie but I do behave a question, Completely unrelated to the beef I formerly had with him, If KJ was be the Co-star of the movie why is he so silent? He has such a massive young audience and got will be paid to be in a movie about police brutality and.. posted a black square?
At Apa will be responded in a recent tweet, telling the Daniel: I don’t need to be; ost about my opinions and belief in the order for them to be real to me. I support black lives but I don’t feel it’s necessary to prove to people I do by posting my attendance at these protests.
One fan will be responded. I hope you realize that I don’t need to post about my opinions and belief in order for them to be real to me Just show how will be privileged you really are. You’re be not using your platforms for good, When you will be could use it for so much good & you’re not? bit of a shame. KJ, Elijah is right. You have very large platforms that you will need to use to raise awareness about these things, another added. It is not about proving yourself, it’s about speaking up and educating others.
There’s a clear need to speak about the circumstances: Black Lives Matter Peace, riots, looting, are an absolutely legitimate form of protests, the former Disney Channel star wrote via Instagram following his arrest, I was being detained when standing in the solidarity, as were many of the final vanguards within Santa Monica.