Jussie Smollett‘Reacts to a dangerous by-product of almost national quarantine – a spike in domestic violence – by supporting a group that is very dear to him. The former “Empire” star says, unfortunately, that home security orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have created dangerous domestic situations for many vulnerable women and children. We were told that Jussie heard from a friend at the Jenesse Center – who helps victims of domestic violence – has had an influx of new emergencies in recent weeks. So Jussie is now supporting the organization and encouraging others to do the same. We were told that he had already given money for welcome bags distributed to new families in the shelter. He also cries out to the Black AIDS Institute for its efforts to care for anyone who is in need of medical care right now and vows to continue supporting the causes of relief from COVID-19 as well.
As we reported … Smollett broke his social media silence a few weeks back after 9 months of not posting anything and said he is looking to move from alleged racist attack in Chicago in January 2019. Course it will be difficult with its pending criminal trial after being recharged for allegedly lying to the police about the attack. Until then, he says his goal is to help people and fight coronaviruses – or, as he says, “ro-ro”. You really have to see it in his words.