Beyonce Pauses Glasgow Show To Display Names Of Police Brutality Victims

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Beyonce expresses anguish over Alton Sterling and Philando Castile shootings

Hundreds of celebrities and politicians have joined the masses of people expressing outrage over the latest police involved shooting that happened in Minnesota on Wednesday night.Philando Castile was shot dead by a police officer with the St. Anthony Village Police Department in Falcon Heights, Saint Paul, Minnesota after being pulled over with his girlfriend and her daughter for a broken tail light.

Philando Castile

One day earlier in Louisiana, Alton Sterling, 37, was killed in a confrontation with two officers in Baton Rouge after police received a complaint about a man threatening others with a gun while selling CDs.

Alton Sterling

Both police unrelated incidents have became topics on social media among celebrities who are angered and frustrated about the deaths of black men at the hands of police in America.

Especially since the deaths of both black men at the hands of police officers were recorded and went viral immediately after their occurrences.

Superstar singer Beyonce penned an open letter about the tragic recent events and shared it on her website, Beyonce.com on Thursday.

During her concert in Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday night, the singer paused for a moment of silence for both Sterling and Castile.

During her concert in Glasgow, Scotland  the singer paused for a moment of silence for both Sterling and Castile. As she stood on stage, the names of victims of police brutality appeared on the screen behind her

As she stood on stage, the names of victims of police brutality appeared on the screen behind her in pink colored lettering.

 

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