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WWE Community Supports Blackout Tuesday Hashtag

Jitendra Jangir Tue Jun 02, 2020
WWE Community Supports Blackout Tuesday Hashtag
The black squares dominate social media with Blackout Tuesday hashtag in response to George Floyd's death.

Million's of people including WWE community posted a black squares post to stand with solitary against racism and violence.

Million's of people are using blackout image on their social media platform because then the hashtag will not get flooded with black images and so it does appear harder to find info and resources about what is going on.

The protest continues to turn into the violence all through the US and UK with hashtag Black Lives Matter. Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American man, died on 25 May after a white police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes. Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin has been dismissed and charged with third-degree murder.

Blackout Tuesday is mainly the result of #TheShowMustBePaused, a force created by Atlantic Records exec Jamila Thomas and Platoon’s Brianna Agyemang.

Several WWE Superstars including Ronda Rousey, Sonya Deville, Alexa Bliss, Seth Rollins, Natalya, Paige, Rey Mysterio, WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, Charlotte Flair, Nia Jax and many more took to their social media handles to bring the support.

Roda Rousey said "#blackoutTuesday no new content this week.This isn’t a time to entertain ourselves or seek distraction.We need to demand justice,reform of systemic disfunction, and police accountability.Police cannot police themselves,we need independent oversight of our police departments now!"

Sonya Deville said "Hey guys just trying to pass on the info. Please do not use the black lives matter hashtag for our black out Tuesday posts because then the hashtag gets flooded with black images and makes it harder to find info and resources about what is going on. Black heart love you guys #standunited".

On Tuesday, across the world, people and businesses have been sharing a simple, but striking message of protest, with a social media 'blackout'.

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