Madonna hobbles on crutches and shouts ‘no justice, no peace’ as she leads stars in Black Lives Matter pro
MADONNA was seen hobbling on crutches as she joined the Black Lives Matter protest in central London today.
The pop icon, 60, moved through packed streets as she gave her support to the anti-racism movement.
She was filmed chanting "no justice, no peace" with fellow protesters during the demonstration.
The Like A Prayer legend is still recovering from hip and knee injuries suffered on her Madame X tour earlier this year.
She wore large black shades and a stylish coat for the march, and was instantly recognised by fans who took selfies and hugged her.
Madonna has been using her platform to champion black rights since the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis last week.
Following his death, Madonna wrote: "This has to stop!! Until we can over come Racism in America — no one should be allowed to carry a gun. Most of all cops.
"God Bless you George Floyd Im so sorry for you and your family. And all the senseless killings that have gone before you. Will it ever end?"
Kate and Rio Ferdinand also marched on Parliament Square with the ex footballer's three children Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and Tia, nine.
The couple wore matching patterned masks and held up Black Lives Matters signs.
Rio wrote on Instagram: "Taking my family to Parliament Square today to be a part of the protest was very emotional.
"The importance of supporting such a cause can not be underestimated.
"Educating the next generation is an absolute must. For our children to have ...
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