Lil Pump Joins The Stop Asian Hate + Crime Movement

Florida rapper Lil Pump is doing his part to spread a much-needed message. The hip-hop artist has come forward with a message encouraging an end to Asian crime following the horrific massage parlor attacks in Georgia.

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Lil Pump Joins The Stop Asian Hate Movement

LP went to his Instagram page with a heartfelt message. Along with speaking on the topic, Pump shared a picture of himself surrounded by Asian fans.

“Stop Asian crime ❌”

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Karrueche Crushed Over Atlanta Shootings

This week, Hollywood actress Karrueche Tran went to her Instagram page to share her reaction to the horrific shootings. She also put up a message about people ending hatred toward the Asian community.

“πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”#STOPASIANHATE”

In the comments section, fellow Asian model Daphne Joy spoke out on KT’s post.

“What ! πŸ˜” 😑 😭”

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Karrueche crushed over Atlanta shootings.

JhenΓ© Aiko Wants Asian Hate To Stop

R&B singer JhenΓ© Aiko made sure to step up and speak out this week. The West Coast crooner shared a message about people wanting violence to stop in both the Asian and Black communities as a result of the Atlanta shootings.

β€œi am the descendant of Asian and African ancestors. … violence across the Asian American and Black communities is unacceptable. … we can stand in solidarity through protecting, educating and telling our stories. #TellOurStories #STOPAAPIHATE”

The Atlanta Shootings

According to reports, 6 Asian women had their lives taken from them as a result of a lone Atlanta-area shooter. The murders took place at multiple locations.

A gunman killed six Asian women and two others in attacks on spas across the metropolitan Atlanta area on Tuesday evening, a spree that has sent shock waves throughout the country, as it grapples with an apparent surge in violence against people of Asian descent. Officials said they are still piecing together what may have motivated the suspect, Robert Aaron Long, who was charged with eight counts of murder. The horrific attack has been condemned as an act of hate across the nation and from as high as the White House. (New York Mag)