Cynthia Bailey Says Breonna Taylor Did Not Die In Vain
Cynthia Bailey brought up Breonna Taylor on her social media account the otheer day when it was supposed to be her birthday. Check out the message that Cynthia shared.
'Happy Birthday Breonna Taylor! You did not die in vain. Your legacy is helping to change the world🙏🏽 June 5th 1993-March 13th 2020 #sayhername #blm,' Cynthia captioned her post.
Someone said: 'The sad thing to me is that she died right after my birthday....ppl just heartless these days💔but happy birthday to her I hope she rests in peace.'
Another commenter posted this message: 'They announced they are going to open the investigation due to public complaints.'
One other follower said: 'I'm heartbroken 🙏🏾🙏🏾 this heinous shit needs to stop. Just imagine been fast asleep in your bed and the police bust in..... unimaginable.. extremely heartbreaking. .. I'm 35 and still feel like a youngster... #blacklivesmatter.'
A follower said: 'Wow. I would to follow up who murdered her. My condolences to her family. No more African American’s death. My Olympic Gods allied of the Ancient African Gods, as well as the Indian and Arabic are with you guys.'
Someone else posted this message: 'Happy heavenly birthday Breonna!! Beautiful soul went way too soon ... Justice will be done!!' and a commenter wrote: 'Happy birthday to this beautiful innocent woman. May she forever be in peace.'
One commenter posted: 'Good morning everyone. Kindly take few seconds to read this🙏😭. I’m a single mother and I’m not working presently cos of this pandemic and my son is sick pls I need any amount to buy drugs and foodstuffs. Pls Nigerians help me.'
Cynthia revealed a great BLM mural painted on the street near the White House not too long ago.
Other than this, Cynthia and her family participated in a peaceful protest the other day and fans appreciated this.