Jada Pinkett Smith, Who Was Inspired By Beyoncé, Makes A Shocking Move On Instagram After The August Alsina Scandal

Jada Pinkett Smith August Alsina Beyoncé Breonna Taylor Call For Justice

It seems that after the whole August Alsina drama, Jada Pinkett-Smith wants a fresh start.

After taking part in the epic interview with Will Smith, where she confessed to having a cheating entanglement with the R&B singer, the power couple took a lavish vacation to focus on themselves and their marriage.

To prove that she has completely closed this chapter of her life, Jada has decided to delete all the posts, selfies, family portraits, bikini photos, and videos she has ever shared on her popular Instagram account.

After erasing all of her content, Will’s wife made a powerful move — she replaced them with three picture posts demanding justice for Breonna Taylor.

The bold new message splashed on Jada’s page reads ”Justice for Breonna Taylor.” The post contained a video of Breonna’s mother, Tamika Palmer, explaining what led to her death.

In mid-March, Breonna, a 26-year-old emergency medical technician, was shot multiple times while at her home while she was sleeping by Louisville police officers carrying out a no-knock search warrant.

Officers were attempting to apprehend Breonna’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, who had opened fire thinking that they were intruders.

Many people have been pushing Breonna’s story, amongst them is Beyoncé. The singer, who has shared numerous posts about Breonna, has taken it a step further by sending a letter to the Louisville Metro Police Department, demanding that police officers be charged.

Beyoncé wrote: “Your office has both the power and the responsibility to bring justice to Breonna Taylor and demonstrate the value of a Black woman’s life. I urge you to use that power. Don’t let this case fall into the pattern of no action after a terrible tragedy. With every death of a Black person at the hands of the police, there are two real tragedies: the death itself, and the inaction and delays that follow it.”

A social media user spoke about the importance of voting in November to obtain real justice: “Unbelievable how justice works nowadays in this country! We have lost so much!! Justice must be made!! We need to vote in November!!”

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A message of hope was sent out to the family that read: “Why haven’t the decision for the officers to be arrested haven’t been made? This is serious and so wrong. Where is the justice? Pray to God for answers. We cannot lean to our own understanding, but someone’s soul needs to be soothed, calmed like Breonna’s mother & family as well as us. Ask God for much as he has allowed, what does he need from you? Now is the time to get closer to the Father, esp. in the midst of the COVID. I believe our relationship with God can get us closer to the answers we need. A life saved, a cry heard, a race won, that good trouble that John Lewis spoke of protected with a light shining for a good overcoming. What do you say today about the unjust towards all the lives God created to serve a purpose, Breonna, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, and so many others God will take care of the vengeance, and we might not see it yet, but all will be dealt with in due time.

Despite the outcry, the marches, and petitions, the officers, who killed Breonna, have not yet been arrested.

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