American actor Mark Wahlberg dragged after joining #BlackLivesMatter movement on Twitter (photos)

Mark Wahlberg

Popular American actor was dragged after joining #BlackLivesMatter movement on Twitter.

Mark Wahlberg is an American actor and a very talented movie producer.

Popular American actor was dragged after joining #BlackLivesMatter movement on Twitter (photos)

The popular American actor has not played a trick on the citizens of the country for his actions.

Wahlberg is actually a very talent movie producer who has produced many movies.

And he is also a very good on screen character who loves to put in the energy when acting.

Although he was popularly called and famously known by his former stage name, Marky Mark.

And this was generated from his former acting career with a group called Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch.

He however released the a album when he was still with the group called Music for the people and you gotta believe.

And he has got into problem when he played trick on the people of America by joining the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

The #BlackLivesMatter movement is an act of justice for the killed George Floyd was killed by a police.

The reason why he was dragged is just because he was also a murder which has committed a lot of crime.

How can a murderer be fight against another murderer?

People had to say a lot of things against him saying he is an hypocritical type of human.

The likes of John Boyega are clean without having any criminal records.

But Mark wants to justify himself by joining the movement.

Check out the words he said on Twitter and how they were after him below.

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TSR Staff: Thembi! @ThembiTV_ _____________________________________ #TSRReactionz: #MarkWahlberg is currently trending as people drag him for tweeting his support of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. _____________________________________ Marky-Mark tweeted, "The murder of George Floyd is heartbreaking. We must all work together to fix this problem. I'm praying for all of us. God bless. #blacklivesmatter ❤?❤" _____________________________________ Well, people aren't here for Mark's tweet and aren't tryna hear it as they reacted by bringing up his hate crimes from back in the day, including his Wikipedia page with a section dedicated to his past incidents. Mark's Wikipedia page apparently no longer has the "hate crimes" section, and the racial incidents are now under the "personal lives" section which also cite his court documents for these incidents. _____________________________________ What are your thoughts on this Roommates?

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