The US is witnessing an event that will go down in history as one of the darkest ones. George Floyd’s killing has not just shattered but also enraged people across. As people throughout followed #BlackoutTuesday yesterday, Henry Cavill aka Superman wore his cape yet again to make people understand the difference between right and wrong.
Many celebrities across the world followed the #BlackoutTuesday as condemning what happened with George Floyd and also lending support to #BlackLivesMatter initiative. Henry Cavill did the same but had his trademark Superman touch to it.
Henry Cavill captioned the post as, “#BlackOutTuesday #NormalizeEquality Lead, Teach, Learn, Involve, Evolve. Together let’s normalise equality.” Supporting it were two pictures, one of the black backdrop and second with the iconic Superman dialogue.
The dialogue read, “There is a right and a wrong in the universe, and that distinction is not hard to make, -Superman.” Isn’t that the most relatable dialogue for the times we are in? Henry Cavill’s post has been receiving a thunderous response from his fans and followers.
Meanwhile, many celebs including Emilia Clarke, Jason Momoa, Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Holland, Chris Hemsworth and others backed the movement. Many have even come ahead and contributed massive amounts to bail out arrested protestors. Chrissy Teigen and Drake have donated $100,000 each. On the other hand, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have made a contribution of $200,000 together.