90 Day Fiance Cast Shows Support for Black Lives Matter

90 Day Fiance cast members from every season, including some of our favs such as Darcey, Tom, Jesse, Angela, Paola, Big Ed, Ashley, and more are speaking out and showing their support for the Black Lives Matter movement 

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Posted On: June 6th, 2020 11:18 pm pst

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90 Day Fiance News: 

The Black Lives Matter movement has gone global and many members of the cast from all over have spoken out, showing their support and spreading the message of unity and love. 

Corey and Evelin showed their support for the movement by posting a picture with a sign stating how they will not stay silent. 

Big Ed shared a post on both his TikTok and his Instagram letting his fans know that he’s raising money on his cameo for the NAACP Empowerment Programs. 

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#blacklivesmatter #cameo #bigedwear

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Erika shared a picture of Black Lives Matter accompanied with a post letting the community know that even though she can’t understand, she still stands with them. 

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I can never understand, but I can stand up in solidarity and acknowledge what is right and wrong. Black lives fucking matter. I am sorry for not contributing enough. I am learning and I am trying. I suggest y’all do the same. It’s time to make a difference. ❤⠀ ⠀ Sometime this week, I will be auctioning 2 sets of earrings and a signed photography package to donate directly to @blackvisionscollective and the official George Floyd Memorial Fund. ⠀ ⠀ And to everyone here in Australia – remember this shit happens in our own backyard. Remember we have indigenous people dying at the hands of law enforcement too often. In America, it’s George Floyd….in Australia, his name is David Dungay Jr. If you’re outraged about what is happening in the US – stop celebrating on Invasion Day. Stop using the N word, YES even if you’re singing along to a song. Remember your privilege as a white person and be kind and empathetic to the struggles we have never known. Campaign to change the god damn date to show respect to Australia's traditional land owners. That’s all I have to say. ⠀ ⠀ #blackouttuesday

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Aladin shared a video of a young black and white boy running to hug each other saying, “WE ARE ONE.” Also in his stories he shared a video saying it’s too easy to become a cop. 

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Courtney has been extremely vocal on her Instagram, both in posts and stories, addressing both justice for Breonna Taylor and George Floyd. 

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One love ❤️✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿🌈 During a global pandemic ALL 50 states and OTHER countries are shouting black lives matter! Celebs & corporations are using their platforms to donate & speak up! Together we are making progress! 👏🏼 But still have a long road. . If you believe ALL lives matter then please do NOT be silent about BLACK LIVES MATTER! Please do NOT let BLACK LIVES MATTER go unheard in their cry for HELP… like we did to George Floyd.. and MANY others before him. Enough is enough. . We have NOT forgotten about the MANY other people and causes we still need to fight for. But this is urgent. If you feel unheard or ignored, take a second to reflect how being black in America must feel. Their cries for help have been ignored for centuries. The entire world is ablaze.. yet some people are still denying there is an issue. . Let’s remain aligned and focused. We see you! We hear you! We will not be silent! #GeorgeFloydismorethanahashtag ❤️✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿🌈

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Tania, who we’ve always known to be an activist, has been using her social media to educate as well as seek justice. She posted a slideshow letting people know why saying All Lives Matter is not the answer. 

Stephanie posted a photo of a cardboard tombstone that says I CAN’T BREATHE, accompanied by a post explaining how prevalent racism and discrimination are in our country. 

Both photos credit: @stepankamatto

Both photos credit: @stepankamatto

Ashley posted a photo of George Floyd and his last words side by side with the photo of the officer and his knee on Floyd’s neck. She accompanied it with a caption about how broken our system is and how incredibly disturbing the footage is. 

Evelyn quoted the Bible while posting a photo of a white and black hand intertwined, and used the hashtags #TheShowMustBePaused and #BlackLivesMatter. 

Jasmin used her stories to show 5 series on Netflix that can educate you on black oppression. 

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Chantel, who has been posting about injustice from the very beginning, posted a slide detailing how we can defeat systemic racism for good. 

Varya showed her support and love by posting a picture of hearts of every color for blackout Tuesday. 

Paola has posted about the circumstances on both her Instagram and TikTok. On her IG she shared a photo of fists of every race, and on her TikTok she shared a video of her and other people of all different races lip syncing to Mackelmore’s Same Love and putting their fists in the air. 

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Caesar posted photos of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmad Arbery, highlighting their families and sending the message to treat everyone with love and respect. 

Anna has posted various things in regards to the movement, including a list of black owned restaurants in Omaha for people to support. 

Danielle sent the message that we’re all in this together with a visual of a black and white hand clasping. 

David posted a picture of George Floyd on his IG saying how he doesn’t want to be political, but asking for everyone to remember him and learn to love one another as people. 

Many others including Darcey, Tom, Russ, Angela, Karine, Robert, Loren, Kirlyam, Nicole, Avery, Jesse, Anfisa, Geoffrey, Jonathan, Jay, Fernanda and Juliana posted black squares in solidarity with the movement and to show their support. 

We love seeing so many members of 90 Day spread the message for Black Lives Matter and show their support for the cause. 

We here at AfterBuzz TV are in full support of the Black Lives Matter movement, so please continue to tune in to our network daily for more coverage!

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