Phaedra Parks Raises Awareness About Another Tragic Crime That Took Place Recently
Following George Floyd's death, Phaedra Parks is addressing another crime that took place recently, and it involved a black man as well. Check out her post below to learn what happened.
'Yes another #, another unarmed #blackman #murdered by the #police #RIP #RayshardBrooks I am speechless 🥺 #BLM hopefully #blacklivesmatter soon #imtired 😢✊🏾' Phaedra captioned her post.
Someone said: 'This has to stop - the police 💯 must be held accountable for their crimes. There is absolutely no excuse - zero tolerance,' and another follower posted this message: 'Thank you!! I was just explaining this to the BUT people. 🙄 so sick of the BUTs.'
One other follower said: 'Thank you!!!!! Only black people are slaughtered like no big deal! Tons of videos of white people literally fighting the cops and throwing things and never murdered!'
A fan wrote: 'Watch the video...he wasn't unarmed he had a taser and pointed it at the officer... you know what would have stopped him from dying. Choices. Don't drink and drive wouldn't be stopped by cops.. once you fail a field sobriety test give up dont fight.. dont then punch cop grab taser and run.. then because you are being chased by police point a weapon back at them...the cop was right to shoot him.'
One other follower said: 'Crazy how white people still see nothing wrong with us being killed liked this by the police everyday single day,' and someone else posted this message: 'Saw a white guy literally square up with an officer at a protest and he didn’t even get tased 🤦🏽♂️ RIP RayshardBrooks.'
A follower wrote this: 'Pink folks love guns love to kill and love to kill blacks and have no care or emotion for it!! But let it be one of theirs.'
An Instagrammer said: 'Phaedra That’s why the Police Chief got Fired. Something has to be done about this Phaedra. I’m sure the 2 Police Officers will be brought up on some type of charges.'
Other than this, Phaedra is another celebrity who accepted the challenge of flaunting her pride to be a black woman.