Whenever there’s any kind of important issue, our celebrity class will do anything to insert themselves as to receive the attention and relevance they believe they deserve.
Celebrities are rushing to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Some might actually make an impact.
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Some of these celebrities claimed to understand and sympathize with the anger after black neighborhoods were looted and burned during the George Floyd riots. Many of them may be genuine and some may just be a result of publicists earning their pay while the shutdown continues.
But one thing is almost always a consistent: while they advocate and sometimes participate in those “mostly peaceful” protests occurring in areas that may have been looted and/or burned down, there’s an expected zero-tolerance for “mostly peaceful” protests where those celebrities live.
It’s a good guess that the sentiment has reached the highest levels in Beverly Hills and the rich and famous have been reassured their homes will be protected.
NOW as is almost always the case when bad things happen to the elite, it’s become an “emergency”….
This won’t be a white-against-black thing because, by most video accounts, these #BlackLivesMatter protests have been hijacked by the young and white.
Black Lives Matter mob shouts “eat the rich” as they march down a residential area in Beverly Hills. They’re coming for your homes.pic.twitter.com/gs5Hszjb7m
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 27, 2020
Fads are created and promoted in Hollywood, but this is one they don’t like engulfing their homes.