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Justin Timberlake Speaks Over Victims Of Racism: “The System Needs To Change”

One of the world’s best-selling music artists, Justin Timberlake uploaded a photo of Rayshard Brooks, who was shot and killed by an Atlanta Police Department officer and spoke of police brutality and victims of racism, violence, and intolerance.

Justin Timberlake captioned the photo in which Rayshard Brooks appears while holding baby, as follows:

As a dad, this photo hurts. #RayshardBrooks was a father of three girls…1, 2, and 8 years old. He should not be dead.”

Then, the father of the only child, Timberlake continued by remembering the other victims, who were killed by police: ⠀

“Neither should #RiahMilton, #DominiqueFells, and #RobertFuller. This week, these four innocent people became victims of racism, violence, and intolerance. And we’re still waiting for Justice for #BreonnaTaylor. I’m heartbroken for their families and for this country.”

After demanding justice for Riah Milton, Dominique Fells, Breonna Taylor, and Robert Fuller, the 39-year-old singer & actor expressed he committed himself to fight against the racist system in the United States:

The system needs to change… it has repeatedly shown us that Black people in America are not safe. I’ll follow up with more resources and ways to help. #BlackLivesMatter.”

Timberlake’s post got much positive feedback, so much so that, a great number of celebrities supported him through comments:

“God bless you JT. This hurts my heart. I appreciate and commend you for speaking out Over this. It means the world” wrote, Jamie Foxx.

“Amen @justintimberlake thank you” added, June Ambrose.

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