Saturday, August 29, 2020

Cynthia Bailey Shares A Photo With A Powerful Message - See It Here - yuetu.info

cynthia-bailey-shares-a-photo-with-a-powerful-message-see-it-here

Cynthia Bailey shared a photo on her social media account that has a powerful message as you will see for yourselves below. Check out her post on IG.


Someone posted this message: ‘So let’s keep beating up random people and burning down businesses. Wonder how you would feel if your business has got burned down? Would you feel the same?’


Another commenter said: ‘My heart hurts…I can not believe what’s going on in this world right now it’s definitely testing my faith.’






Someone else posted this: ‘Where’s the outrage for little Cannon? I’ve heard crickets about this. So let’s keep talking about criminals and forget about the innocent.’


A follower believes that ‘💯💯💯 There have to be some changes made because what’s going on is not fair in the world,’ and one other fan said: ‘I just love this picture and words so much I love her and I don’t even know her thank you.’


A person posted this quote: ‘Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster… for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you. Friedrich W. Nietzsche.’


Cynthia is also asking for justice for Jacob Blake. ‘This could be your son! Justice for Jacob Blake✊🏾🙏🏽#jacobblake #blm’ she wrote.’






A follower posted this: ‘Amen. This is why Black Parents must talk to your children because they are treated differently by the Police. Always remain calm and stay focused. So that you will make it back safely to your destination. Praying for your recovery 👏’


One other Instagrammer wrote this message: ‘We have to stay Calm, Cool, Collective! It is very hard, bc we all are broken-hearted and hurting. But if we get emotionally hijacked our voice, the demand for justice will be less effective…We must change the dark, cruel and evil together!!! #unitedwestand 🖤’


People continue to debate these important subjects.


In other news, Cynthia Bailey reposted Vanity Fair’s message on her social media account. It’s about Angela Davis.

No comments:

Post a Comment