Pop singer Demi Lovato supported the ‘Blackout Tuesday’ movement against racism and police violence following the murder of George Floyd and warned her fans of an important issue about this huge social media movement.
If you don’t know anything about this movement, You can join the Blackout Tuesday movement by sharing a full-black image that suspended social media posts in this way. In addition, you need to write the Blackout Tuesday hashtag in the form of #blackouttuesday for the caption.
Demi joined this huge social media protest, sharing a black-viewed image on her Instagram feed and left the hashtag of #blackouttuesday.
Plus, she wrote information about the hashtag and urged fans to use for the correct hashtag of Blackout Tuesday protest. She asked her fans and followers to use the Blackout Tuesday hashtag instead of the Black Lives Matter hashtag otherwise claimed that tons of black boxes will drown the news feed.
Here’s the statement of Demi Lovato:
“#blackouttuesday 🖤 (please use this hashtag and not the BLM hashtag so that we keep information easily accessible otherwise tons of black boxes will drown the news feed)”
An Instagram user commented:
“Yes, the right hashtag now.”
Another fan penned:
“No justice, no peace.”
Check out the Instagram post below.