Madonna drinks crutches and shouts “no justice, no peace” as she leads celebrities in the Black Lives Matter demonstration in London – The Sun

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MADONNA was seen limping along on crutches as she joined the Black Lives Matter demonstration in central London today.

The pop icon, 60, moved to crowded streets while supporting the anti-racism movement.

Madonna was seen limping along on crutches as she joined the Black Lives Matter demonstration in central London todayCredit: Instagram

She was filmed singing “no justice, no peace” with demonstrators during the protest.

The legend of Like A Prayer is still recovering from hip and knee injuries sustained during his Madame X tour earlier this year.

She wore large black shades and an elegant coat for walking, and was instantly recognized by fans who took selfies and hugged her.

Madonna has been using her platform to defend the rights of blacks since the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis last week.

Pop icon, 60, roamed crowded streets while supporting anti-racismCredit: Instagram
  Like A Prayer legend is still recovering from hip and knee injuries sustained during his Madame X tour earlier this year
Like A Prayer legend is still recovering from hip and knee injuries sustained during his Madame X tour earlier this yearCredit: Instagram
  Kate and Rio Ferdinand walked to Parliament Square with their three children
Kate and Rio Ferdinand walked to Parliament Square with their three childrenCredits: Insatgram
  The couple found the emotional experience
The couple found the emotional experienceCredits: Insatgram

After her death, Madonna wrote: “This must stop !! Until we can overcome racism in America – no one should be allowed to carry a gun. Most of all the cops.

“God bless you George Floyd I am so sorry for you and your family. And all the insane massacres that preceded you. Will it ever end? ”

Kate and Rio Ferdinand also paraded on Parliament Square with the three children of former footballer Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11 and Tia, nine.

The couple wore masks with matching patterns and brandished Black Lives Matters placards.

Rio wrote on Instagram: “Taking my family to Parliament Square today to participate in the protest was very moving.

“The importance of supporting such a cause cannot be underestimated.

“Educating the next generation is an absolute must. For our children to participate in such an important event, I am sure it will have a lasting effect on them. ”

Anthony Joshua was another star who protested today on his crutches.

He said “we can no longer remain silent” and called racism a “virus” as he joined a Black Lives Matter march in his hometown of Watford.

The protest was one of several protests that took place in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd.

  Rio said the walk will have a lasting impact on its children
Rio said the walk will have a lasting impact on its childrenCredits: Insatgram
  Anthony Joshua said
Anthony Joshua Said “We Can No Longer Be Silent” As He Joined a Black Lives Matter Walk in WatfordCredit: Reuters

The 30-year-old was one of many peaceful protesters who took to the streets on Saturday, and broadcast a series of powerful speeches to his 11.3 million followers on Instagram.

Dressed in a Black Lives Matter hoodie, Joshua managed to smile through the discomfort in his knee.

And he even addressed the crowd gathered by a microphone as they gathered against social injustice.

AJ said, “The virus has been declared a pandemic, it’s out of control, and I’m not really talking about Covid-19.

“The virus I’m talking about is called racism.

“Killing a person outright is unforgivable. But robbing them of their human rights, oppressing them, making fun of them, insulting them, placing glass ceilings on top of them just because their skin color is just a slower way of killing them and to take the life of their soul.

“We have to unite as a human race.

“From today on we can no longer sit back and remain silent about the senseless and illegal murder, the sneaky racism of another human being based on what?” Only their skin color.

“We need to speak out at peaceful protests, just like today.

“If you want to joke about who I am, where I come from, my heritage, my lips, my nose, my skin, the food I eat, don’t feel too comfortable around me.

“Because I am proud of who I am. “


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