With crutches on because of a knee injury, pop queen Madonna still got down the streets to protest for justice for blac...
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With crutches on because of a knee injury, pop queen Madonna still got down the streets to protest for justice for blacks in London on 6/6.
Saturday morning, Madonna joined the parade of anti-racist protesters on the streets of London. The 61-year-old star falters with a walk between colored people.
The vocalist "Vogue" injured her knee last October after falling on the stage. She had just undergone surgery but still could not walk normally.
Unlike most people, Madonna does not wear a mask. The singer said she had been infected with Covid-19 while on tour in Paris in early March but was unaware until she tested for antibodies to nCoV. Madonna believes she is now immune to the deadly virus.
The mother of 6 children walks and chants the slogan "No justice, no peace!" along with hundreds of people to appeal for punishing white police officers who abused their power to kill blacks in America. Protests that started in the United States last week have spread to Britain and around the world.
The participation of the American pop star surprised everyone and felt like they were empowered.
Madonna gave everyone a warm hug. The image of the singer leaning on crutches on the streets protest yesterday spread across social networks. Madonna has always been a hard-fought advocate for equality. Her current boyfriend - dancer Ahlamalik Williams - is also colored.