WATCH: Beyonce's powerful speech about George Floyd

Celebrities are using their social media platforms to spread the word about the Black Lives Matter movement following the murder of George Floyd in America. 


Queen Bey made a powerful statement, encouraging her fans to speak out. 


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From the discrimination we face on a daily basis, fearing for our lives not only outside but inside of our own homes, to the racism projected onto us from white TEACHERS & leaders. Growing up, at my school we had to fight for black education. Why is that? Why do we excuse racist remarks from our white peers as banter, and joking around. Why do we feel unsafe around the people who are supposed to protect us? The uncomfortable feeling of seeing flashing lights in our rear-view mirrors. It’s anxiety inducing. The names of black citizens who have been MURDERED by the people who are supposed to serve besides us seems endless. It’s been years of fighting, years of praying and years of protesting and still it seems like nothing has changed. We currently have a president who is running our country into the GROUND and could care less. We SUFFER, but it’s time for that narrative to change. To be black in America. Where they love your music/culture but are afraid to walk on the same sidewalk as you. Black women and men you are beautiful. Black Voices Matter, Black Philanthropists Matter, Black Teachers Matter, Black Artists Matter, Black Social Workers Matter. BLACK LIVES MATTER. today, yesterday, tomorrow, and forever.

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Khalid shared his opinions on growing up in America having to fight for "Black education". 

Kim Kardashian West:

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Text "FLOYD" to 55156 #blacklivesmatter

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Kim proved she is an ally to the Black Lives Matter movement with his passionate statement online.

Justin Timberlake:

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Those of us who call ourselves allies need to do everything in our power to stand with the black community right NOW. BLACK people are regularly being murdered unjustly by police. We have seen it. Over and over again. This has gone on in America for too long, and it’s NEVER been okay. We have to take action, we have to make noise.⠀ ⠀ For seven whole minutes, #GeorgeFloyd pleaded for his life, while Derek Chauvin, one of Minneapolis cops involved, kneeled on his neck and ignored those pleas for help.⠀ ⠀ Allies... this is the time for us all to take a hard look in the mirror, share responsibility and ask our family and friends what can we do to educate our own communities. ⠀ ⠀ I stand with @ColorOfChange and countless others across the country to raise my voice alongside you, and demand that all FOUR officers involved are arrested and charged with murder now. Text FLOYD to 55156. Sign the petition. Don’t stop.

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JT has asked his fans to be allies and "to take a hard look in the mirror, share responsibility, and ask our family and friends what can we do to educate our own communities."

Will I Am:

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When will we learn.?

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Will has shared his thoughts on the recent news headlines and has also written a song. 

Jason Derulo:

Derulo addressed his fans saying he is scared for his and his family's lives. 

Billie Eilish:

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The 18-year-old singer has asked for change. 

Ariana Grande:

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again, i ask my followers to please keep signing these petitions, making donations if u are able to, continue having conversations w family and friends about racism (overt and covert) and the senseless acts of murder that happen in this country far too often, please keep reading up, following accounts on here (i will recommend some!) to keep u updated and learning and sharing links and resources.. our black friends need us to show up and to be better and to be vocal. now more than ever. online. offline even more so. this is more than a post. we have to show up. there is work that needs to be done and it is absolutely on us to do it. #blacklivesmatter here are some accounts i’ve followed that have helped me understand more about my privilege and how to use it to help others. @privtoprog @rachel.cargle @thegreatunlearn @blklivesmatter please feel free to recommend some more as well in my comments.

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Ari has joined the protests in L.A and shared information on how white people can educate themselves about white privileged and how to be an ally.