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Seth Rogen's Responses to Trolls Against Black Lives Matter Movement Goes Viral

Seth Rogen's Responses to Trolls Against Black Lives Matter Movement Goes Viral

Seth Rogen took to his comments to tell off those who are against the Black Lives Matter movement.

It all started when Seth posted a Black Lives Matter logo on his Instagram account. He captioned the post with “If this is a remotely controversial statement to you, feel free to unfollow me.”

Well, a bunch of Instagram users have been posting in his comments and insulting the important movement on his account.

So, Seth took matters into his own hands and commented on several of the comments. Seth did not hold back, and let them know what they could go do.

Click through the gallery to see just a sampling of what Seth Rogen told some of his commenters who took issue with his Black Lives Matter post…More Here! »

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Normal People's Paul Mescal & India Mullen Hang Out in London

Normal People's Paul Mescal & India Mullen Hang Out in London

Normal People stars Paul Mescal and India Mullen were seen hanging out!

Paul, 24, and India were seen out and about on Monday (June 1) in London, England. If you don’t know, Paul starred in the leading role of Connell while India starred as Peggy, the good friend of Daisy Edgar-Jones‘ character.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Paul Mescal

Recently, Paul had come forward and said he’s actually single. Rumors are swirling about whether or not Paul and India could be an item after these photos have emerged.

If you haven’t seen Normal People yet, check out the show, which is now available to stream on Hulu.

Check out all the newest photos of Normal People co-stars Paul Mescal and India Mullen…More Here! »

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Jimmy Fallon Addresses Blackface 'SNL' Sketch, Reveals What 'Haunted' Him

Jimmy Fallon Addresses Blackface 'SNL' Sketch, Reveals What 'Haunted' Him

Jimmy Fallon addressed his 2000 Saturday Night Live sketch that resurfaced last week where he was seen wearing blackface to portray Chris Rock.

On the Tonight Show on Monday (June 1), Jimmy began the show saying that it would be “a different kind of show.”

“That’s where we all need to start, with ourselves and looking at ourselves in the mirror,” Jimmy said. “I had to really examine myself in the mirror this week because a story came out about me on SNL doing an impression of Chris Rock in blackface. And I was horrified. Not of people trying to ‘cancel’ me or cancel this show, which is scary enough. The thing that haunted me the most was, how do I say I love this person?”

“I respect this guy more than I respect most humans,” Jimmy continued. “I’m not a racist. I don’t feel this way.”

“I realized that I can’t not say I’m horrified and I’m sorry and I’m embarrassed,” Jimmy added. “I realized that the silence is the biggest crime that white guys like me and the rest of us are doing, staying silent. We need to say something. We need to keep saying something. And we need to stop saying ‘that’s not OK’ more than just one day on Twitter.”

He welcomed President and CEO of the NAACP Derrick Johnson as one of his guests, and admitted he “needed to get educated.”

You can read Jimmy Fallon‘s first apology right here.

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Halsey Reveals What the Protests Are Really Like: 'We Are Begging You to Care'

Halsey Reveals What the Protests Are Really Like: 'We Are Begging You to Care'

Halsey has been protesting for Black Lives Matter after the death of George Floyd and she’s now speaking about what she has seen.

“It’s easy from the comfort of your home to watch looting and rioting on television and condone the violent measures being taken by forces. But what you don’t see is innocent peaceful protestors being shot at and tear gassed and physically assaulted relentlessly. You think it’s not happening, it’s only the ‘thugs’ and the ‘riots,’ right? The police are keeping you safe right? You’re wrong,” the 25-year-old singer posted on her Instagram account.

She continued, “This is happening everywhere. And innocent people exercising their rights to speech and assembly are facing violence and abuse of power. With all of our medical professionals being CONSUMED and EXHAUSTED with Covid, there is little to no medical attention available. I have first hand treated men women and children who have been shot in the chest, the face, the back. Some will lose vision some have lost fingers. I have been covered in innocent blood.”

Halsey added, “My father is a black man. My mother is an EMT. This week I had to put those two associations together in ways that have horrified me. This is NOT a virtue signaling post. But I HAVE to show you what I am witnessing with my own eyes. With Trump’s decision today to enforce the mobilization of armed forces on our own citizens, this has escalated beyond your privilege and comfort to not care. Please care. We are begging you to care. This is war on Americans. This is everyone’s problem. Everyone’s. #BLACKLIVESMATTER.”

Reggie Watts, James Corden's Bandleader, Breaks Down on TV Amid George Floyd Protests

Reggie Watts, James Corden's Bandleader, Breaks Down on TV Amid George Floyd Protests

James Corden‘s bandleader Reggie Watts broke down in tears while talking about the state of the country after George Floyd‘s death.

James opened his show speaking about his privilege as a white person.”As you’ll all know, on Monday of last week a black man named George Floyd was murdered by the excessive force of the police. If it was a one-off event, it would be an appalling, horrific tragedy that should shake all of us to our core. Yet this was the latest in a string of killings of unarmed black citizens by white people. Breonna Taylor was shot by police in her own home. Ahmaud Arbery was going for a jog when he was shot and killed by two men. And sadly, there are so many more victims that I could mention.”

He continued, “Surely, this is a time for me to listen, not talk. And then I realize that that’s part of the problem. People like me have to speak up. To be clear, I’m not talking about late-night hosts, or people who are fortunate like I am to have to have a platform. I’m talking about white people. White people cannot just say anymore, ‘Yeah, I’m not racist.’ And think that that’s enough, because it’s not.”

James then welcomed in Reggie, who said, “Ah, crazy, I don’t know, feeling so much simultaneously, it’s crazy. I was fortunate to grow up in a place where I was pretty protected by my parents when it came to forms of racism that happened in my neighborhood. My mom was a fierce fighter and would get out of the house and get in people’s faces about, you know, people calling me the N-word or whatever growing up and being different and stuff. So I feel really grateful that my parents and my father fought so hard to make my life feel normal and to have me grow up feeling like I’m a human being rather than I’m a demographic.”

He continued, “And just going back in my history, my father growing up in the Midwest and being in Vietnam and not being able to get a job when he got out of the Army because he was black,” Watts continued. “And the economy wasn’t doing that well and he had to reenlist, got sent back to Vietnam. And then when my parents got married their marriage wasn’t recognized in the U.S. because of laws prohibiting interracial marriage.”

“I have this history in the black community in the Midwest that I don’t access a lot because there’s a lot of pain and emotion there,” Reggie continued as he became emotional. “So it’s hard and so much is happening. And I want to use my platform for good. I go in and out, you know? It’s tough.”

You can find out more about the Black Lives Matter movement with regards to Hollywood right here.

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Jamie Foxx Sings for Protestors at Rally for George Floyd

Jamie Foxx Sings for Protestors at Rally for George Floyd

Jamie Foxx took the microphone at a rally to protest the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer.

The 52-year-old actor was in attendance at a protest on Monday (June 1) in San Francisco, Calif. While taking the microphone, Jamie sang a popular verse from Isaiah 54:17: “No weapons formed against me, shall prosper, it won’t work. No weapons formed against me shall prosper.”

Jamie also added about George Floyd‘s death and the police officer who was responsible for his death, “If that man can be handcuffed, if that man sit on that man’s neck for that long and feel comfortable about it, that means that he’s not afraid of what’s going to happen.”

This is not the first protest that Jamie attended in the past few days.

Tiger Woods Releases Statement on George Floyd's Death, Says He Has Respect for Law Enforcement

Tiger Woods Releases Statement on George Floyd's Death, Says He Has Respect for Law Enforcement

Pro golfer Tiger Woods has released a statement on the death of George Floyd that has incited riots across America.

“My heart goes out to George Floyd, his loved ones and all of us who are hurting right now,” he wrote in a statement, posted to Twitter. “I have always had the utmost respect for our law enforcement. They train so diligently to understand how, when and where to use force. This shocking tragedy clearly crossed that line.”

“I remember the LA riots and learned that education is the best path forward,” Tiger added. “We can make our points without burning the very neighborhoods that we live in. I hope that through construction, honest conversations we can build a safer, united society.”

Read more about Black Lives Matter and how Hollywood is supporting this important movement.