Daniella Perkins Says Influencers Need To Be Posting About Black Lives Matter

Daniella Perkins Says Influencers Need To Be Posting About Black Lives Matter

Daniella Perkins is speaking out about influencers.

The 19-year-old Knight Squad actress opened up on Thursday (June 4) about not understanding the people who aren’t using their platforms.

“I hear influencers saying ‘I’m not gonna post but I’m protesting’ Your job as an influencer is to influence. Sometimes it takes ppl to see their role models in action for them to be brave enough to join in. Flood my timeline. #BLM,” she wrote on Twitter.

Zach Clayton agreed with her and said, “agreed! i keep seeing people talk down about them posting it but them posting it will influence and encourage others to do the same..”

The week before, Daniella reposted a video and mentioned that she is not here for certain people.

“LISTEN. If you’re one of those people who don’t see what’s really going on UNFOLLOW ME. there’s racist people out there actively trying to ruin peaceful protest,” she said.

Miley Cyrus Supports Black Lives Matter on Her Hike with Cody Simpson

Miley Cyrus Supports Black Lives Matter on Her Hike with Cody Simpson

Miley Cyrus puts her fit body on display while going for a hike with her boyfriend Cody Simpson on Thursday afternoon (June 4) in Los Angeles.

The 27-year-old singer wore a white face mask that she wrote BLM on to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Cody, 23, went shirtless and put his toned body on display.

Last week, Cody dropped a new music video that was directed by Miley. Make sure to check it out now!

On Blackout Tuesday, Miley took to Instagram and wrote, “A day to listen & learn…. @happyhippiefdn and I will continue posting on stories information and resources to amplify black voices and community organizations. Please do not forget that today is PRIMARY ELECTION DAY in several states!”

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Noah Centineo Shares Ways To Support The Black Lives Matter Movement Without Money

Noah Centineo Shares Ways To Support The Black Lives Matter Movement Without Money

If you are short on money and still want to support the Black Lives Matter movement, there are still plenty of ways!

Noah Centineo reposted a handy guide on Instagram with different ways you can help and show support.

The guide is labeled, “Non-monetary support. Being an ally doesn’t stop when we are in a bind financially.”

Among the things you could do is watch 13th and When They See Us on Netflix, or watch Black Lives Matter activist videos.

There are also a number of petitions that you could sign, accounts to follow on Instagram, and of course, repost helpful information, such as the post Noah shared.

For more resources on how you can help out and get involved with the Black Lives Matter, be sure to check out our guide!

Billie Eilish On Being Clickbait: 'Anything I Say Can & Will Be Used Against Me'

Billie Eilish On Being Clickbait: 'Anything I Say Can & Will Be Used Against Me'

Billie Eilish is opening up about having fame and noteriety.

The 18-year-old recently opened up about being clickbait and how it affects what she does online.

“Look, I am clickbait at the moment. Anything with my name on it or anything I say or do can and will be used against me. I don’t watch people’s [Instagram] Stories, I quit Twitter a couple of years ago, I look at the occasional meme and I feel bad that I don’t post more, as the fans want it, but I have nothing to post. Honestly. Zip,” Billie told GQ Magazine UK.

“The thing I realised recently is this: when you get to a certain level of fame or notoriety, it doesn’t matter what you say or do, you are a certain level of known. You will be super hated. And super loved,” she added. “There are a million people who don’t like Beyonce – and I don’t know how the hell you can’t love Beyonce. Same with Rihanna. Same with Trump – people actually like that fool! How can you like this man? But everyone is hated and everyone is loved.”

Eva Gutowski Opens Up About Her Experience At Her First Protest

Eva Gutowski Opens Up About Her Experience At Her First Protest

Eva Gutowski is dishing on how her very first protest went.

The 25-year-old YouTube star went out to march with friends Nikita Dragun and Alaine Kristina Limjoco at a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles this week.

“So yesterday i attended my very first protest. It wasn’t as scary as i thought it would be. In fact, it wasn’t scary at all. I felt safe and liberated with my community. We made multiple laps peacefully, around the blocks of Hollywood,” Eva wrote. “Around 2 pm, we stopped for a food break, and began to eat lunch on a curb. That’s when a large military vehicle SKRTED around the corner, carrying like 20 swat team officers all hanging off the car. Like a choreographed dance, ALL THE OFFICERS AT ONCE flipped their face covers on, hopped off the car and assembled into a line, with guns drawn. We ran. I left my food on the curb. I ran so fast my water bottle fell out of my bag, and I found it 30 minutes later with skid marks on it.”

“They drew guns on 20 year old girls eating lunch on a curb, drew guns on young people walking with painted signs. Drew guns on literal LA lululemon protesters, outside of a TRADER JOES and a Bed Bath and Beyond. I was right there, feet away. NO ONE was posing a threat. Nothing makes sense in this at all,” Eva continued. “I personally believe some of the people hired to protect us, have been given orders to provoke chaos. We need to think clearly, and not allow this disturbing and *very obvious* attack on the people, distract us from the goal: reform at the political level. We must KEEP sharing our voices. We need to have CLEAR goals for the change we demand to happen. We need to come with all of our ducks in a row once the polls open.”

“Protesting has shown me the true magnitude of how backwards the system is, and even though we are seeing it at street level- remember, the armed forces on our streets take orders from someone ABOVE them. They want us to tear each other apart at street level. They are provoking citizens to retaliate AT THE street level. You have seen the bricks, the police breaking their own vehicles, and being identified among looters. Don’t let them distract you. Let’s go to the polls, and continue to attend and DOCUMENT peaceful protests. That is where we hit them. ❤️,” she finished.

In case you missed it, see what Eva shared about being biracial and how her grandfather inspired her to fight for what’s right.

Jake Paul Hands Out Water At LA Protest Before Being Charged By AZ Police

Jake Paul Hands Out Water At LA Protest Before Being Charged By AZ Police

Jake Paul was seen handing out water to Black Lives Matter protesters on Wednesday (June 3) in Los Angeles.

The 23-year-old’s girlfriend Julia Rose also helped give water to people in the march, before Jake was then seen marching along.

The next day, Jake was officially charged by police for being at an Arizona mall during riots and looting the weekend before. Find out what he was charged with here!

“gimme my charges and let’s put the focus back on George Floyd and Black Lives Matter,” Jake tweeted after the charges hit the news.

Jake‘s older brother Logan was also seen out taking part in protests on Wednesday. He carried a sign that read “I can’t breathe” for his day out.

The day before, Logan marched along with his girlfriend Josie Canseco. Logan has become very motivated in helping support the movement, even posting a podcast episode all about racism in America.

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'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Is Calling Out Racism Within The LGBTQ+ Community

'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Is Calling Out Racism Within The LGBTQ+ Community