US rapper Cardi B urged her followers to stay inside and stay safe, saying: “Stay home. This ain’t our business.” She wasn’t alone in contrasting Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol with last summer’s peaceful Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. Photo: Reebok US rapper Cardi B urged her followers to stay inside and stay safe, saying: “Stay home. This ain’t our business.” She wasn’t alone in contrasting Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol with last summer’s peaceful Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. Photo: Reebok
US rapper Cardi B urged her followers to stay inside and stay safe, saying: “Stay home. This ain’t our business.” She wasn’t alone in contrasting Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol with last summer’s peaceful Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. Photo: Reebok
US Politics

‘Wild thugs out here’ – how US celebrities from Cardi B to Demi Lovato and Sarah Cooper reacted to the US Capitol riots

  • Singer Demi Lovato is ‘working on something’ after the US Capitol riot, while Cardi B isn’t alone in contrasting it with summer’s Black Lives Matter protests
  • Selena Gomez blamed social media, director Ava DuVernay called the rioters ‘terrorists’, and actor Alec Baldwin accused Trump of being ‘a psychotic maniac’

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US rapper Cardi B urged her followers to stay inside and stay safe, saying: “Stay home. This ain’t our business.” She wasn’t alone in contrasting Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol with last summer’s peaceful Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. Photo: Reebok US rapper Cardi B urged her followers to stay inside and stay safe, saying: “Stay home. This ain’t our business.” She wasn’t alone in contrasting Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol with last summer’s peaceful Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. Photo: Reebok
US rapper Cardi B urged her followers to stay inside and stay safe, saying: “Stay home. This ain’t our business.” She wasn’t alone in contrasting Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol with last summer’s peaceful Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. Photo: Reebok
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