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Entertainment Megan Thee Stallion Pays Tribute to Victims of Police Brutality During Virtual Concert

15:16  01 september  2020
15:16  01 september  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Megan Thee Stallion took a powerful moment during her first virtual concert on Saturday (Aug. 29) to honor Black victims of police brutality . Wearing a sparkly jeweled lingerie-style outfit and backed by a several dancers, the hour-long paid livestream featured a twerk-filled set of Billboard Hot 100 hits

During her virtual concert on Saturday, Megan Thee Stallion had a powerful Several fans shared their reactions to the tribute . "I was twerkin and next think I know I'm crying," one user tweeted. RELATED VIDEO: Cardi B Gifts Megan Thee Stallion a Custom Hermès Birkin to Celebrate 'WAP'

Megan Thee Stallion took a powerful moment during her first virtual concert on Saturday (Aug. 29) to honor Black victims of police brutality.

Wearing a sparkly jeweled lingerie-style outfit and backed by a several dancers, the hour-long paid livestream featured a twerk-filled set of Billboard Hot 100 hits such as “WAP,” “Savage” and “Hot Girl Summer.”

Early on in the high energy performance, which had the production of an arena show minus the audience, Meg slowed things down to remember the lives of Black men, women and children who’ve been killed or injured at the hands of police.

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During her virtual concert on Saturday, Megan Thee Stallion had a powerful, yet poignant question: "Why is it so hard being Black in America?" Megan thee Stallion pays tribute to Black lives taken due to police brutality during her virtual concert .

This past Saturday, hip-hop rapper Megan Thee Stallion performed in a virtual concert presented by Live Nation. During the concert , the Houston rapper took a moment of silence to honor the Black victims of police brutality . A black screen displayed the names of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor

As the stage lights went down, names including Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Freddie Gray, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor appeared on a large screen with a short description of how and when they were victimized.

“Why is it so hard being Black in America?” the screen read, while gunshots and church bells could be heard in the background.

Megan Thee Stallion’s life and career have been on a wild ride in recent months. In July, the rapper was shot in the foot after a Hollywood Hills party. She later claimed on Instagram Live that fellow hip-hop story Tory Lanez was the gunman. The following month, Meg earned her second No. 1 on the Hot 100 for her feature on Cardi B’s controversial “WAP.”

Check out clips from Megan Thee Stallion’s first virtual concert below.

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Megan thee Stallion pays tribute to Black lives taken due to police brutality during her virtual concert . "Murdered from knee on neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, by the police ," is the description that appeared underneath the name of George Floyd, who grew up in Houston's Third

Watch Megan Thee Stallion ’s chilling tribute to police brutality victims during her virtual show. Megan Thee Stallion hosted her virtual performance — which she coined “First Day Back” — on Saturday night (Aug. 29). Presented by Live Nation and creative directed by choreographer Jaquel


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