• Celebrities Are Furious as Trump Supporters Storm The Capitol

    Khloe Kardashian, Cardi B, Chris Evans, and Selena Gomez are among the few celebrities who have taken to social media after Trump supporters have stormed The Capitol. The celebrities have expressed their fury over the dangerous move by Trump’s supporters. Along with Vice President Mike Pence, several congressmen and Senators were inside the building, and they were forced to evacuate after Trump supporters attacked The Capitol. 

    Celebrities Are Furious as Trump Supporters Storm The CapitolImage Credit: Hollywood Life

    Trump Supporters Attack On The Capitol 

    Celebrities have come forward and criticized the recent move by Trump supporters on the attack that has been carried out by supporters of Trump. Khloe Kardashian has spoken in the wake of the recent attack and has said that she is sick to her stomach after seeing the rioters in Washington DC. She further added that it is the epitome of white privilege. Cardi B, the famous rapper, has also criticized the move by Trump’s supporters. Along with Cardi B and Khloe Kardashian, many other stars were active on social media. They were furious about the recent attack, including Chris Evans, Gabrielle Union, Meghan McCain, and many more. Celebrities said that the attack couldn’t be justified in any way. In particularly backlashed social media platforms, Selena Gomez said they provided the room for the spreading of hatred. Instead, their duty is to build a positive culture and a strong community. 

     Celebrities Are Furious as Trump Supporters Storm The Capitol

    Source: Hollywood Life

    Celebrities are Furious as Trump supporters storm The Capitol. Many celebrities have taken the issue to social media and expressed their grief and sorrow over the recent incident carried out by Trump’s supporters. Selena has criticized the social media platforms that they have played their role in spreading hatred and have not to build a community. The attackers crossed security barricades and attempted to enter Senate Chambers. Lockdown was imposed after the rioters broke in. Selena Gomez wrote an open letter to the founder of social media giant Facebook and YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki that they have allowed people to spread hate on their platforms, and what is happening is the consequence of that matter. She further added that the platforms should be utilized to bring people together and build community.

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