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Jesse Williams, Zendaya, Samira Wiley and more respond to the police killing of Alton Sterling


Jesse Williams, Zendaya, Samira Wiley and more respond to the police killing of Alton Sterling


Another day, another black life taken without regard at the hands of police.

Here’s a running list of celebrities— Zendaya, Amandla Stenberg, Fabolous, The Game and many others—speaking out against the shooting death a Alton Sterling at the hands of Baton Rouge police.

Jesse Williams
“1) In the interest of time, would ye noble patriots please provide a list of infractions punishable by spontaneous public execution? Thanks!
2) Upon receipt of this list, we’ll return to our quarters and study up, eager to enjoy freedoms of white mass murders. #LIFEHACK
3) You chumps will NEVER provide this list… We see through you.”

Zendaya Coleman

Samira Wiley

Rashida Jones
“Please. No more. This must stop.”

The Game
“All we gone do is repost it & type “SMH” over & over again huh ?? Then we gone put #JusticeForAltonSterling & #BlackLivesMatter hashtags on Instagram & pretend that’s us taking action huh ???” he captioned in the post featuring a video of the Sterling shooting. “What happened to the generation of people who stood together, held hands & took to the streets peacefully or violently if it had to come to that & wouldn’t move or be detoured from that stance until real results were handed over to us ?!?!? Huh ???”

“2 white Police Officers killed Alton Sterling while he was standing outside a store selling CD’s… When is America & the judicial system that’s suppose to protect us, gonna make these officers who are killing black men take responsibility for what’s going on. This is literally getting away with MURDER & it continues to happen #RipAltonSterling.”

Meek Mill
“Executed this man about selling bootleg DVDs! Smh it’s only gone get worst! They don’t care about us!”

Chuck D

Diggy Simmons

DL Hughley
“You ever notice how video used against suspects tells the whole story, but used against cops it doesn’t #AltonSterling”

Karrueche Tran
“Love and prayers to Baton Rouge #AltonSterling”

Celebrities in the sports world also made their voices heard.

Jamal Crawford
“Innocent lives man.. No restart button on life. People are taking lives like they’re playing a video game.. HAS TO STOP! #AltonSterling.”

Colin Kapernick
“This is what lynchings look like in 2016! Another murder in the streets because the color of a man’s skin, at the hands of the people who they say will protect us. When will they be held accountable? or did he fear for his life as he executed this man?”

Nick Jonas

Wiz Khalifa
“My heart and prayers go out to his family #AltonSterling”

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