- Media personality Minnie Dlamini-Jones has joined millions of people across the world who have spoken out against the killing of black people in the US
- The stunner said the level of brutality against black people is heart breaking
- The stunner's comments come after the death of George Floyd who died after a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck during his arrest
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Media personality Minnie Dlamini-Jones has joined millions of people across the world who have taken to social media to protest the brutal killing of black people in the US.
This is after the death of George Floyd who died in hospital after a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck during his arrest.
Another death that has sparked outrage on social media is of Collins Khosa who has not received justice after reasons of his death have been said to not be caused by an South African National Defence Force member.
Minnie expressed that the level of brutality against black people is disturbing.
"Seeing my people getting killed for no reason in the US is honestly breaking my heart. The level of brutality against black people taking place with no justice or remorse is disturbing! #Blacklivesmatter."
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Briefly.co.za reported that Grammy-winning singer Justin Timberlake also joined other several celebrities who have backed the George Floyd protests taking place in the US.
Justin encouraged his fans to support Minneapolis protesters by donating to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, a nonprofit group raising money to bail out protesters.
Kobe Bryant's wife Vanessa Bryant has also added her views following Floyd's death.
The 37-year-old widow took to social media at the weekend and posted an old photo of Kobe wearing a T-shirt that read, "I can'r breathe".
Those words were reportedly the exact same words spoken by Floyd before his tragic passing.
The former NBA player wore the T-shirt in 2014 ahead of the Lakers game against the Sacramento Kings, to protest the death of Eric Garner.
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