Black Celebrity: ‘Police Shoot Us For No F*****g Reason’ – Tomi Lahren’s Response DESTROYS Him

John Legend

John Legend, the singer and actor who recently played Jesus in the live TV production of “Jesus Christ Superstar,” has never been shy about spouting his left-wing beliefs. 

Legend supported both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton during their presidential campaigns, and often criticizes Republicans and conservative values. He is married to model Chrissy Teigen, an outspoken supporter of abortion rights and Planned Parenthood.

After several recent racially-charged incidents involving police and black people, Legend took to Twitter Monday night to blast law enforcement with an over-the-top generalization about police. “Please stop calling the police on black people who are just trying to live. Please. Stop. Police shoot us for no fucking reason at all. Please. Stop.”

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Here is Legend’s tweet.

Legend’s tweet was in response to this tweet, which detailed an incident between cops and black women.

In the incident at the golf club, no one was shot, but Legend decided to overreact and claim cops shoot black people with regularity.

In response, Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren dropped some truth on the singer. “Do you realize the police show up to protect people of all races and ethnicities and put THEIR lives on the line to do so? Every single day, for strangers. If you have such a hatred for law enforcement don’t you DARE ever call on an officer to protect your sorry butt,” she tweeted.

She didn’t stop there.

Legend has not responded to Lahren’s tweets.

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