Katy Perry is certainly one of many social media customers blacking out the 2016 election.
Following Donald Trump’s upset victory on Tuesday evening, the music celebrity joined a digital motion for these against the divisive outcomes.
Turning each her Twitter profile image and canopy picture to a pure black picture, Katy aligned herself with the #TwitterBlackout others have adopted as an announcement of solidarity and activism.
“Don’t sit nonetheless. Don’t weep. MOVE. We aren’t a nation that can let HATE lead us,” Katy tweeted early Wednesday morning, later urging her ninety four million followers – essentially the most of anybody on the platform – to “Battle for what’s RIGHT.”
The “Roar” singer had been certainly one of Hillary Clinton’s most outspoken movie star champions. Along with performing on the Democratic Nationwide Conference and different rallies, Katy even donned elaborate prosthetics and a crimson pantsuit to channel the previous Secretary of State for Halloween.
Whereas Miley Cyrus, Woman Gaga and different stars shared Katy’s emotional dismay over Clinton’s loss, others urged their fellow People to band collectively throughout the aisle.
Clinton herself congratulated the President-elect in her concession speech on Wednesday, and urged her supporters to have “an open thoughts” about his upcoming administration regardless of the “painful” defeat.