#FergusonVerdict: Outraged Celebrity Reactions To The Ferguson Decision

November 25, 2014  |  
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You’re not the only one #frustrated. Minutes after the jury decided not to indict Mike Brown’s killer, Darren Wilson, these celebrity reactions to the Ferguson decision flooded social media.

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Solange

Eloquent as always, Solange posted this beautiful picture from an unknown artist to represent “brokenness.”

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Gabrielle Union

Her husband Dwyane Wade expressed his feelings on Twitter: “The Wade family hearts and prayers go out the the Brown family.”

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Angela Bassett

Angela Bassett added her voice to the Brown family’s call for peace.

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Shonda Rhimes

Shonda Rhimes (and Jermaine Dupri) turned to Martin Luther Kind, Jr. for words of wisdom.

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Katy Perry

The pop star sent her love and support all the way from Australia.

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Garcelle Beauvais

Mother of three sons Garcelle Beauvais wondered what this verdict meant for her children.

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Rihanna

She titled it, simply, “facts.”

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Macklemore

The Thrift Shop singer sent his prayers to the Brown family and shade to “the system.”


LeBron James

LeBron posted this famous photo and added:

“As a society how do we do better and stop things like this happening time after time!! I’m so sorry to these families. Violence is not the answer people. Retaliation isn’t the solution as well. #PrayersUpToTheFamilies #WeHaveToDoBetter”

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Michael Ealy

Michael Ealy reminded his followers of the facts in the case.

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Taraji P. Henson

Taraji reacted to the verdict in real time. Were you watching too?

KeKe Palmer

KeKe Palmer had a lot to say and added this:

“we have to keep our eyes open & our hearts pure in intention. (Typos) *love & LIFT eachother”

 

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Orlando Jones

Orlando Jones shared his disillusionment with his fans. 

Jeffrey Wright

The Hunger Games star used his movie roll as a revolutionary to support protests breaking out all over the US. He also added,

“Claim America as your own. Don’t cede the racist right all the power. Tried to run folks off the land, enslave, but the country is mine now!”

Jesse Williams

The Grey’s Anatomy star also Tweeted,

“There are no variables to “unarmed” at a distance. It doesn’t matter where my hands are if there’s nothing in them and you KNOW I’m unarmed.”

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