Reactions to the weekend's violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, VA continue to pour in, with voices from across the spectrum of sports, pop culture, and politics publicly denouncing white supremacy. While the addresses from President Trump and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe have captured most of the headlines, even Lebron James and Michael Rapaport proved to be in agreement that they have seen enough violent rhetoric coming out of the nation's political discourse.
As the hours passed, more and more notable names gave their two cents on the controversial developments, with some bringing up the irony in people's reactions to a Nazi rally and Colin Kaepernick's protest, and others quoting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Particularly strong opinions on the matter were given by Killer Mike, who expounded on how such a breakdown is the result of the system in power, and by Trey Songz, who reflected on the contradictions afforded in society by white privilege.
T.I., David Banner, Amy Schumer, Snoop Dogg, Amerie, Russell Simmons, Zendaya, Marlon Wayans, and Diddy also shared their thoughts on Charlottesville. Click the photo gallery up top to read their remarks.