The endsars protest is no longer news as it has gone viral and some international celebrities who couldn't hide the horrors the felt has shown their supports and concerns in one way or the other.
I would be sharing with you international celebrities who took to their social medias to protest and reach out to nigeria.
Here are some of the popular celebrities
1. Kanye West
6. Devale Ellis
8. Viola Davis
All these celebrities took to their social media handles on Twitter, Facebook ,Instagram to show their support.
Other celebrities like the American rapper known as Big Sean showed his support too in a tweet that reads, “Love to Nigeria, Nigerian roots!!! #EndSarsNow.”, British-Nigerian actor, John Boyega, who is known for his strong stance against human right abuses and racism, called for good leadership and guidance for Nigerian youths. “The youth in Nigeria deserve good leadership and guidance. This situation is tied to many other issues. Please lend your attention to this pressing problem,” his tweet read. British singer, Estelle Fanta condemned police brutality, not just in Nigeria but in the world, saying it cannot continue. “This if For my continent. For my relatives!!!! For humanity. Cannot continue this everyday everywhere!!!! #EndSarsNow“, she tweeted. South African rapper Nasty C did not spare the world leaders in his tweet, hammering that those who are supposed to serve and protect are often the biggest problems.
All these celebrities and lot more have pen_ed down their heartfelt messages towards all that Nigeria is facing currently and we really appreciate them.
In my honest opinion I think theres no other better time to speak up ,other than now. We have the voice ...let's use these. Enough is Enough.....we ve had enough ....#ENDSARS##ENDSWATS##SORO SOKE.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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