Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra has joined the rundown of the various superstars around the world standing in opposition to the flooding racial pressures in the United States.
Notwithstanding, the Quantico on-screen character’s CHOPRA announcement hasn’t been generally welcomed via web-based networking media, the same number of clients hopped in to mark her a “faker” for staying mum on India’s evil treatment of its minorities while apparently opposing racial treacheries in the US.
Going to her Instagram, Chopra had fought the police fierceness widespread in America after the lamentable passing of George Floyd: “Any place you live, whatever your conditions, NO ONE has the right incredible, on account of another in light of their skin shading.”
“On May 25th, George Floyd was nailed somewhere around the neck by a Minneapolis cop and passed on. He laid there, battling for his life, attempting to inhale, and different officials just remained there and viewed. The official has now been accused of homicide,” she included her Instagram post with an image that read: “please I can’t relax.
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There is so much work to be done and it needs to starts at an individual level on a global scale. We all have a responsibility to educate ourselves and end this hate. End this race war here in the US, and around the world. Wherever you live, whatever your circumstances, NO ONE deserves to die, especially at the hands of another because of their skin color. On May 25th, George Floyd was pinned down by the neck by a Minneapolis police officer and died. He laid there, fighting for his life, struggling to breathe, and other officers just stood there and watched. The officer has now been charged with murder. George, I am praying for your family. ❤️ Text “FLOYD” to 55156 and sign the petition. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd