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Jay-Z releases a tribute to George Floyd in the daily american

Omar Sy, John Boyega, Steve McQueen and others. The figures in black show and go up to the front after the death of George Floyd, who died in Minneapolis during an arrest by police officers on 25 may. This week, one of the most powerful rappers and businessman, Jay-Z, has paid tribute to the late his way.

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The interpreter of Ni**as in Paris, and husband of Beyoncé has to pass a strong message by buying a full page in the most important daily newspapers of the United States as the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Philadelphia Enquirer, or even the Los Angeles Times. The rapper has opted for an excerpt of Martin Luther King's speech given in march of 1965 in Selma Alabama.

"A man dies when he refuses to act for what is right. A man dies when he refuses to fight for the justice. A man dies when he refuses to fight for what is true. We will rise up in the middle of the horses. We will rise up in the middle of the batons. We will rise up in the middle of the dogs from the police, if they send it. We will rise up in the middle of the tear gas !", said the pastor, and activist african-american.

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