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SA Celebs Take Part In #BlackOutTuesday For #BlackLivesMatter

SA Celebs Take Part In #BlackOutTuesday For #BlackLivesMatter. Celebrities in Mzansi are coming together in the the call to action for the injustice of innocent people across the world who have lost their lives due to police brutality during the lockdown.

This after more than twenty people have died at the hands of police officers and the SANDF(South African National Defense Force) from blood force trauma caused from being beaten.

Our Mzansi celebrities took took to Instagram to show their support for the cause by blacking out on their Instagram accounts symbolizing a moment of silence to pay their respects because we are in this together.

Black Lives Matter has now become a worldwide outcry not only from the people of South Africa but all over the world as America is also protesting against the high volumes of innocent black lives lost to racism and police brutally .

Tuesday is the official day that is dedicated to the movement and to honor the lives that have been senselessly lost to because enough is enough.

Here are the celebrities who are blacking out.

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Black lives matter. #blackouttuesday

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#blackouttuesday ✊🏾

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#Blackout ✊🏼✊🏿✊🏽

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#BlackOutTuesday

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#BlackOutTuesday πŸ–€

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#BlackOutTuesday ✊🏽

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#BlackOutTuesday ✊🏾

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Black Lives Matter #BlackOutTuesday

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By Sinakho Mandla

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