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Entertainment

Web Desk
May 30, 2020

Machine Gun Kelly wants an end to racism in US, says he stands by his people

Entertainment

Web Desk
Sat, May 30, 2020

Rapper Machine Gun Kelly has joined the chorus of condemnations against the death of George  Floyd, a black man who  was killed by a white police office on May 25.

Taking to Twitter, the Cleveland singer wrote an expletives laden message to condemn what he called 'white privilege'.

"I am ashamed someone who looks like me could treat another humane like this, but they been doing it since the beginning of time.

Our generation has to be the ones to stop it. My loyalty is with the people," he tweeted.

The killing of the black man identified as George Floyd. The photo that showed a white officer kneeling on his neck has sparked outrage in the United States.

Many states in the US are witnessing protests from the 'Black Lives Matter' movement, with actors, musicians and sportsmen condemning the incident on social media.