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#BlackOutTuesday – S.A Celebs Lend Their Voices




#BlackOutTuesday – S.A Celebs Lend Their Voices

The world is currently up in arms over the disregard for black lives in the US and other country that has been marred with racism including SA.

Some celebs in Mzansi are lending their voice for the movement which also saw the death of 40-year-old Collins Khosa, who was killed after an alleged altercation with the SANDF and metro officers in his home in Johannesburg.

Showing unity, ZAlebs have protested online to show their support for the cause by blacking out their Instagram accounts which symbolizes a moment of silence for victims.

Tuesday has been said to be the day in which people can support the movement by making their social media profiles blank or post blank pictures.

Racism and police brutality gave birth to the Black Lives Matter movement which has now gained so many people.

Here are some of the posts from various ZAlebs who pledge their allegiance with the cause which stands up for black rights.

Others include Pabi Moloi, Natasha Thahane, Linda Mtoba, Khanya Mkangisa, and many others


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#BlackOutTuesday ✊?

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Black Lives Matter #BlackOutTuesday Praying for Peace Praying for Justice Praying for Change

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