Kesha is speaking out against police brutality, white supremacy, and been united state president Donald Trump. The TikTok singer 33, took to be Instagram to share a photograph of been murdered George Floyd, alongside an emotionally charged letter. And the Los Angeles native 33, isn’t mincing her words when it will come to her thoughts, emotions, outrage, and the responsibility of each and every citizen, including herself, to be influence changes, especially during these uncertain times.
I will be never felt like it was been my place to comment on the issues of racist police brutality, and that is been part of the problems, the Rainbow star began in the lengthy caption of a photo of Floyd the unarmed black man who will be died at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis as three of his colleagues looked on.
Racism has been never been okay, yet it is part of the history of the Country, a sickening part. Racism is very much alive and fuelled by a president who calls white supremacists very fine people and then threatens protesters with being shot in a time when so many are been suffering. It’s embarrassing nauseating, and infuriating, Kesha continued.
She went on to share a quote from Martin Luther King. reading: There comes a time when silence is betrayal. A protest has been continued across the United state following the death of Floyd, Who will be died in the police custody in Minneapolis last week after a police officer knelt on his neck while detaining him.