See How Beyoncé, Lizzo And Kandi Burruss Led Celeb Juneteenth Celebrations

See How Beyoncé, Lizzo and Kandi Burruss Led Celeb Juneteenth Celebrations

See How Beyoncé, Lizzo And Kandi Burruss Led Celeb Juneteenth Celebrations

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Published June 22nd

Written by Tweety Elitou

We are proud to report that many celebrities appropriately used their social media influence to celebrate Juneteenth (June 19) in a big way! 

This year, your favorite stars not only found ways to express their Black Pride, but also helped to push forward the message of freedom, unity, and building the Black dollar.

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From Beyoncé and H.E.R dropping new music geared to uplifting the OUR community to Kandi Burruss creating a video haul highlighting Black businesses, your favorite stars did not disappoint in celebrating the abolition of slavery in the United States.

See for yourself how your faves celebrated Juneteenth:

  1. Beyoncé dropped a Juneteenth-Inspired single called, "Black Parade."
  2. Kandi Burruss created a video haul highlighting Black businesses.
  3. Jeezy spoke about the importance of building the black dollar.
  4. Kenya Moore linked up with her RHOA castmate Kandi Burruss at Eva Marcille's JUNETEENTH cookout.
  5. Ms. Juicy also attended the backyard festivities with her reality star friends.
  6. Lizzo hosted a silent auction and raffle to benefit Black organizations and businesses.
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    LizzoLovesYou.com

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  7. H.E.R. released her single, "I Can't Breathe." The protest song was written in response to recent police killings of unarmed Black people.
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    #ICantBreathe is out everywhere now. #BlackLivesMatter

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  8. Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys' 9-year-old Son Egypt Wrote A Song For Juneteenth.
  9. Meagan Good rocked a "Phenomenally Black" tee, which proceeds go to Black Futures Lab.
  10. Alicia Keys And John Legend celebrated Juneteenth with a Verzuz battle.

(Photos: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100, Jordin Althaus/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images, Randy Holmes/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

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