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Stars are raging against the police: It has to stop

Several of the biggest names in Hollywood are raging now out and demand justice for George Floyd, an unarmed black man, during a detention by police died after a cop put his knee on his neck for a long time.

Tuesday was the four police officers involved in the case fired.

A viral video showing how one of the ushers stands on George Floyd's neck, while he's trying to get in contact with the police officer.

'Please, I can't breathe', he says, but a police officer does not move.

George Floyd was transported to a hospital where he was declared dead.

His death is being investigated right now by the FBI. The attorney general is also examining whether there should be brought against the officers.

Before the video went viral, the police had categorized the death as a result of a 'medical accident'.

And on top of the many protests in the city of Minneapolis, where the incident took place, going the stars in Hollywood are now also in the fight for justice and rages on their social media.

the Rapper CardiB is one of them, that requires action.

'Enough is enough! What does it take? A civil war? A new president? Violent protests? I'm tired. This country is tired. You scare people when you do make it here, you show just what a coward you are. And how America is not a country of the free', she writes on Instagram.

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Enough is enough! What will it take ? A civil war ? A new president? Violent riots ? It's tired ! I’m tired ! The country is tired !You don’t put fear in people when you do this you just show how coward YOU ARE ! And how America is really not the land of the free !

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Actress Viola Davis is also tired of the treatment.

'here It is, what it means to be black in America. Tried. Convicted. Killed for to be large. We are dictated by the 100 years of the police, who have put restrictions on our existence, and we still need to take a lynch in modern times'.

model Naomi Campbell shares his point of view.

'I have no words. I'm tired of it here, I'm tired of being sad that our people die for no reason. I thought we would stand together in these times, but it seems that the corona virus has brought even more racism above'.

Justin Bieber is also one of them, which rages over the treatment.

'This here makes me sick. It here makes me angry. This here one died. It makes me sad. racism is evil. We must use our voice. Be sweet. I'm sorry George Floyd', he writes, while he shares the video of the incident.

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this makes me absolutely sick. This makes me angry this man DIED. This makes me sad. Racism is evil We need to use our voice! Please people. I'm sorry GEORGE FLOYD

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Rapper Snoop Dog is one of them, not just say that he is angry. He writes that he is ready to act.

In a collage of pictures, he shows how the two white mass murderers are arrested quietly, while the second picture shows how a black man gets arrested in a brutal show.

'They are so nice in the white. They have just killed 32 people, but we must die on the spot. The change comes. Fuck, to march and speak. We are ready to talk', it sounds.

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So nice to the (white ). Mass shoootin suspects minutes after they killed 32 people combined But we die on the spot change gone come fuck marching and. Talking, we done talking

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Jamie Foxx has also shared the image.

'we need more evidence that if you are a colored man, and it's about the police, then we have the fatal disadvantage. There is no reason to get it to sound better. Two white men who have committed mass murders are taken into quiet and calm', he writes.

Already there have been violent protests and theft in the city.

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