The past 48 hours have been rough for America with two black men killed by cops and five police officers murdered in Dallas being.
Celebrities have been expressing their outrage on social media and the latest is LeBron James.
The Cleveland Cavaliers champion took to Twitter to share a TIME article, which he says explains everything about Philando Castile being a mentor to hundreds of kids. The father of three even mentioned that he cried over the two lives lost to police brutality.
He then sent out two tweets and hashtagged #PhilandoCastile and #AltonSterling:
Hours later, after the five cops in Dallas were killed and six were wounded during what was supposed to be a peaceful protest, James then tweeted that more violence isn’t going to fix the issues.
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