The world of the show, rejection of the racism and brutality of police officers in the united States, some artists joined the initiative #BlackOutTuesday, which is based in to upload a photo in black via Instagram, as a form of protest.
The virtual demonstration emerged from the music industry, where it is joined by representatives of all sectors of the world, which show their support to an initiative of Jamila Thomas and Brian Agyemang, two executives of Atlantic Records.
Warner Music Group, Universal Music, Capitol Records, Sony Music, Interscope are some of the major record labels that were added to the wave of indignation that caused the death of George Floyd, an african-american who died last may 25 at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis, united States.
The images in black accompanying descriptions #TheShowMustBePaused #BlackLivesMatter and #BlackTuesday. Among the artists supporting the initiative is Rihanna, Alejandro Sanz, Dua Lipa, Ricky Martin, Katy Perry, Daddy Yankee. While in the world of the film stand out Emma Watson, Natalie Portman, Ana de Armas, Timotheé Chalmet, Orlando Bloom, Tom Holland, Sharon Stone, Kate del Castillo, among more.