Cynthia Bailey And Her Family Took Part In A Peaceful Protest: 'It Was Emotional, But Very Inspiring'
Cynthia Bailey and her family participated in a peaceful protest the other day. Check out the message that she shared on her social media account. She's been really vocal on social media these days.
'our girls asked us to take them to a peaceful protest the other day. it was emotional, but very inspiring. So many people, so much support & so much love. felt good to get out the house for a while for this important cause. enough is enough👊🏾
@itsmikehill @kayylahill @noellerobinson @lexb4reel @aaashlee #stoppolicebrutality,' Cynthia captioned her post.
Someone said: '2020 will never be forgotten..1992 Either! I think that was GREAT for you and Mike H. to take the girls out to Experience this World Wide PROTEST! #RightOnMySistá✊🏽'
A commenter said: 'I was going to say I love the ladies' hair. That blinded 😍😍 then I realized that's you 🤣🤣 I think..'
Another follower said: 'So important I love it- social distancing? Please be careful Cynthia and your beautiful family,' and a commenter posted this: '
Someone else said: 'There’s no need to modify the word protest with peaceful. It can stand alone.'
A follower said: 'It’s the Judicial, the Legislative, and the Executive. But all we know is the Executive. That’s the mayor, or governor, and the president @yellopain,' and someone else posted this: 'Listen to the rest of the lyrics on YouTube 👉🏽👉🏼yelloPain- My vote don’t count *LYRICS*'
A commenter posted: 'FYI he explains how your vote does actually count. The votes outside of presidential elections ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT 🔥Hence why they silence that information.'
Recently, Cynthia wanted to set one thing straight one heer social media account and shared this post about police brutality.
‘We are not anti-police, we are anti-police brutality💯-Al Sharpton#BLM #enoughisenough,’ Cynthia captioned her post.
This also triggered a debate among fans – some people said that they are anti-police.