Like many Hollywood A-listers, stars of Lucifer talked about different causes and social issues. With that in mind, one hunting member revealed his experience with PTSD after the murder of George Floyd.
DB Woodside shared his catch on the Black Lives Matter movement
Forward Lucifer, Woodside reveals the Devil’s victorious brother Amenadiel. While the angel is one of Heaven’s strongest heroes, he also stands out as one of the most compassionate and passionate characters on the canvas.
Similarly, Amenadiel photographer Woodside has opened up about his personal journey and shared his views on the social situation in America. When the actor spoke to him Entertainment tonight, he stressed the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The move is crucial, and we all need to push for this change that we want to see.
Listen, I think [for] anyone who is black, this has been very challenging. I think what we are learning is, that there is a lot that white people did not understand, that they did not know. And maybe some of that was because they didn’t take the initiative to gain experience, to find out.
So what I am saying now to people is, if you see injustice anywhere, it is your duty to right that injustice. You have a moral responsibility.
For those of us who are privileged enough to do what we do, I think we have a bit more of a responsibility, in particular, to reach out and use our platforms for good. .
DB Woodland side on Entertainment tonight
The star ‘Lucifer’ symbolized white welfare
Erika Delgado continued Twitter.