Stars Show Support For Black Lives Matter Movement And Blackout Tuesday


Many extra idols and actors have taken to social media to indicate their assist for the Black Lives Matter motion and Blackout Tuesday.

In current days, celebrities together with Jay Park, DAY6’s Jae, Crush, GOT7’s Mark, Purple Velvet’s Yeri, MOMOLAND members, and lots of extra have posted to assist the Black Lives Matter motion, and a few have additionally donated to the trigger.

As half of the name for an finish to violence and systemic racism in the direction of the black neighborhood, the Blackout Tuesday marketing campaign (often known as #TheShowMustBePaused) was began by music trade executives Jamila Thomas and Brianna Agyemang as a means to symbolically take a pause, stand in solidarity with the neighborhood, replicate, and discover methods to assist the motion.

Many stars have joined within the occasion on social media to indicate their assist, whereas others proceed to specific their ideas and share their donations for the Black Lives Matter motion.

BTOB’s Eunkwang posted on Instagram with the #blackouttuesday tag and wrote, “We’re all individuals who breathe the identical air beneath the identical sky. I earnestly pray that everybody will really feel the identical.”

Women’ Technology’s Tiffany posted with hyperlinks to organizations individuals can assist, explaining that she plans to donate to them after Black Out Tuesday.

B.A.P’s Jongup wrote on Instagram, “I perceive that I’ll by no means perceive. However I’ll see you, hear you, mourn with you, and I’ll combat for you. #blacklivesmatter,” and he shared a hyperlink to extra details about the Black Lives Matter motion in Korean. He additionally confirmed a receipt for a donation he made to the Black Lives Matter World Community.

NCT’s Johnny wrote, “Please let everybody be secure. I see you, I take care of you. #blacklivesmatter.”

CLC’s Sorn wrote, “Hey all people, I’ve been taking a while to study all the pieces that’s occurring on this planet proper now, and it’s time for all of us to talk out and be sure that we’re heard for the better good of the world. Let’s stand collectively and hold utilizing our voices to advertise equality and make change occur lastly. All lives don’t matter till black lives matter. There is just one human race.”

The band 2Z posted a photograph of themselves kneeling, they usually wrote within the caption, “No racism. No violence. We wish peace. #blacklivesmatter #justiceforgeorgefloyd #icantbreathe.”

Samuel posted for Blackout Tuesday after additionally sharing photographs of the protests final week.

James Lee wrote, “Be secure. blacklivesmatter.”

Heize shared in her Instagram tales that she made a donation to Black Lives Matter World Community.

KARD’s Somin posted the Korean illustrated story about George Floyd’s dying (additionally beforehand posted by Jiwoo) that has been shared to clarify the story behind the motion, and she or he additionally posted a hyperlink to the Black Lives Matter Carrd.

Jessica wrote, “It saddens me. In taking a second to replicate on and realizing, as a society, how a lot we nonetheless have but to go: I’m confused. My hope is that we unite as individuals of the world to beat injustice and inequality, placing apart our variations for a change. “I imagine that unarmed fact and unconditional love could have the ultimate phrase.” – MLK. #WeCanDoBetter #blackouttuesday.” She additionally added the Black Lives Matter Carrd to her bio.

See many extra posts by artists collaborating in Blackout Tuesday and displaying assist for Black Lives Matter under:


MAMAMOO’s Wheein

MAMAMOO’s Moonbyul

Choi Woo Shik

NCT’s Ten





BTOB’s Peniel


Tremendous Junior’s Yesung

Eric Nam


f(x)’s Amber


BIGBANG’s Taeyang

Kwon Hyun Bin

IMFACT’s Taeho

IMFACT’s Ungjae

g.o.d’s Park Joon Hyung




Woman’s Day’s Sojin

VIXX’s Ravi

Lee Hello

Jung Il Woo

Im Soo Jung

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