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Four American Rappers declare support as UK Government reacts to the #EndSARS movement

End SARS: Four American Rappers declares support as UK Government reacts to the #EndSARS movement.

The #EndSARS movement has gone global already as some foreign celebrities declare their support for the End SARS protest going on in some parts of Nigeria. Nigerians in Diaspora are not left out of this as a former BBNaija Housemate who currently stays in London showed support for the movement.

Mike Edward, a former BBNaija housemate has pledged to lead a protest in London for the support of the End SARS movement. He also urged other Nigerians in Diaspora to join him. Check the screenshot below for emphasis;

A British-Nigerian Superstar Actor and Producer, John Boyega also plans to organize a protest in London on Sunday. The proposed protest is to take place at the Nigerian High Commission at 9, Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5BX. The movie superstar also noted that reforms have been made three years ago before now. Check the screenshot below;

Apart from all these, four popular American rappers have also declared their support for the End SARS protest. They include;

1: Lil Baby.

Lil Baby is an American rapper and Celebrity who has declared his support for the End SARS movement in Nigeria. Check the screenshot below for more analysis;

2: MoneyBaggyo.

In his official page, rapper MoneyBaggyo posted that he is praying for Nigeria. The rapper posed on his car while he made the caption. Check the screenshot below;

3: Rapper Chance.

A Grammy Award winning rapper, Chance The Rapper, has also joined the EndSARS movement as he expressed his surprise at what is ongoing in Nigeria. The rapper also implores people who have enough information about the End SARS movement to explain the happenings to him.

4: Cardi B.

Recall that Cardi B have always expressed his love for Nigeria. In a recent post, the rapper writes;

"What is going on? Can you give me a summary...You know I love Nigeria."

Another Twitter user known as Asiwaju explained his own views on the ongoing protests in Nigeria. Check the screenshot below.

According to a news report from Daily Post this morning, the British High Commissioner to Nigeria has also reacted to the End SARS protest in the country. Catriona Laing posted on her verified handle that "peaceful protests are powerful." She also noted the significant protest over #SARS in the post.

Many Nigerian celebrities and musicians have also taken to the streets to lend their voices to the End SARS protest. 'Small Doctor' led a protest in Agege today, barely 24 hours after Falz and Runtown had a peaceful protest in Lagos with the presence of other celebrities.

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