#BlackoutTuesday: Wizkid, Mariah Carey and other celebrities support the movement as solidarity against bad happenings around the world

Wizkid, Mariah Carey and other celebrities support the movement

A whole lot has been happening lately all round the world.

It first started with Coronavirus which paused all the activities in the world.

Wizkid, Mariah Carey and other celebrities support the movement as solidarity to bad happenings around the world

Many people have died as a result of this deadly virus and global pandemic outbreak.

Next is the death of a black which was killed of a cop kneeling on his neck.

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The black in the United States have taken to the street to voice out their dissatisfaction in

the government

Indirectly, they are facing racism which is very deadly to the situation at hand.

Uwa who was raped and killed in Nigeria is another menace happening at the moment.

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The young girl was reading in a church and was raped and eventually killed by the culprits.

We can say where are fighting three deadly global pandemic at the same time.

Coronavirus which can be shortened as Rona, they Racism and Rapists.

Many of Nigerian celebrities and even international celebrities have taken to their official

Instagram page to express in solidarity.

And many of the them do not fear the consequences what so ever.

The likes of Wizkid also known as star boy yesterday wrote that both Donald Trump and

Buhari are clueless.

Mariah Carey also joined in the solidarity protest against the happenings in the world.

Folu Storms and Bankulli also joined in the black Tuesday solidarity against the evil


Many other celebrities will also join in no time.

Even Canva, a very popular design software and brand who competes with

giant company’s like Microsoft.

They also participated in the Black Tuesday solidarity.

“We stand in solidarity against racism and injustice.⁣”

“Discrimination of any kind goes against the values we hold dear and we need to do

everything in our power to end it.”

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