The ‘Being Mary Jane’ star got real about the historic election, tweeting what we all felt at the time: “I am scared. I will fight. Trump will not crush my spirit. Hope fuels the fire in my belly to seek the change I want to see in this country.”
Burton portrayed King in 2001’s Ali.
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For the ‘Underground’ star, it’s simple. “Dear America, you broke my heart,” she tweeted.
Never one to hold his tongue, the iconic rapper unleashed a few posts on his Instagram to let us know he’s just not here for it.
Her ‘Scandal’ character might be the fixer of all things, but Kerry reminded the world that not even the fictional Olivia Pope could take care of a Donald Trump presidency, tweeting “What’s real is the need for love today. LOVE yourself.”
The famous ballerina took to Twitter to give a message of hope, even though the gravity of the situation weighed heavily on her. “We’ll make it through,” she wrote.
Shonda may own ABC (basically) but that didn’t stop her from being real about her political thoughts. “Really, people? ANYONE can be President? ANYONE?,” she tweeted. “ANY-ONE?”
The morning after the election, the actress tweeted: “I just woke up and it’s not a dream. The guy from Home Alone 2 really is our next president.” Sorry Gabby, this is totally real life.
Legend, who endorsed Hillary Clinton during the election, has been vocal about his dissent of a Donald Trump presidency. And that didn’t stop after the election. “I feel like America just sent in our tuition check for Trump University,” he tweeted.
Meek will celebrate his birthday on May 6.
Goldberg has a well-known fear of flying. According to The Huffington Post, the actress and television host once needed anesthesia to brave a flight to London.
Samuel L. Jackson
The actor told Rhapsody Magazine that Trump was “more P.T. Barnum than politician.”
The actor and singer shared a lengthy post on Instagram condemning Trumps “Make America Great Again” rhetoric and treatment of Muslims.
During a show last year, Wyclef shouted, “F–k Donald Trump, he don’t like Mexicans!”
Lee Daniels and the cast of Empire
Daniels, Jussie Smollett, Tasha Smith, Gabourey Sidibe, Bryshere Gray, Trai Byers, Taraji P. Henson, and Grace Gealey spoke out against Trump in a video supporting Hillary Clinton.
T.I. has never been one to bite his tongue on any issue he opposes and Trump is no exception. The Atlanta rapper was one of the first celebs to openly criticize Steve Harvey for his meeting at Trump tower. In fact, T.I. felt so strongly about it he came at Steve not once, but twice! “We respect those who respect us,” he said. “We respect those who respect themselves. Emergency message to you my brother… #GETOUT.”