Last week Stevie Wonder made news when the legendary singer announced that he would not do any shows in Florida out of protest against the state’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” law. Shortly afterward, reports began circulating that other high-profile stars were following in his lead. Now it appears those reports weren't entirely true.
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I debuted the angry grandpa on the last week and you already know that he would be standing by after the verdict was announced. I think I can say that he speaks for alot of us and more. Check out the video below!
Everyone is locked around the television as we await the verdict in the Zimmerman case on today and this guy here has basically held his piece long enough and decided that it was time to vent on how he really feels about the case and boy is he upset!
As the 3rd member of The Fugees, Wyclef Jean has been a very important part of the music industry from producing to being in the forefront and this time he has take the initiative to do something positive.
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