George Floyd protests erupt in Berlin, London and Toronto

Billie Eilish is totally fed up with people saying 'All Lives Matter'

However, none of these protests originate from the official Black Lives Matter U.K. group, which has said it is still "discussing the implications of calling a mass march in the middle of a pandemic that is killing us the most".

"If I hear one more person say "aLL liVeS maTtEr" one more f**king time I'm gonna lose my f**king mind, ' the Bad Guy hitmaker said in her letter".

Streaming giant Netflix comes out in support for Black Lives Matter protest over the death of former footballer and a black man George Floyd.

Billie Eilish is speaking out against the "All Lives Matter" movement in a scathing and lengthy new essay posted to her Instagram on Saturday.

Together with her assertion, Eilish joins a slew of different celebrities who've spoken out about George Floyd's dying, together with Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift. No one is saying your life if not hard...this is not about you.

'No one is saying literally anything at all about you.... all you mfs do is find a way to make everything about yourself. "You are privileged!" she tried to explain.

"If your friend gets a cut on their arm are you gonna wait to give all your friends a bandaid first because all arms matter?"

Eilish then called out white privilege and urged those reading her statement to think long and hard about how the color of white people's skin does not make their lives harder. "No you're gonna help your friend because they are in pain because they are in need because they are bleeding!" the teen wrote.

"It's crucial to the objective, we have to have people that are willing to come out here of all races".

She finished her letter with a repetition of the phrase, 'Black Lives Matter, ' and ended with the hashtag #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd. Why are immigrants persecuted?

In Tulsa, Oklahoma's Greenwood District, the site of a 1921 massacre of black people that left some 300 dead, protesters blocked intersections and chanted the name of Terence Crutcher, a black man killed by a police officer in 2016.



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