— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) May 1, 2014
Incarcerated singer Chris Brown and his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran are among the celebrities who have joined forces to bring attention to the 234 missing Nigerian schoolgirls who were kidnapped by militants 2 weeks ago.
Someone updated Brown's official Twitter account today with this haunting image of a young Nigerian girl in tears. The caption reads "#Bring Back Our Girls."
Nigerian girls ages 16-18 were kidnapped from their schools in Nigeria 2 weeks ago when an armed… http://t.co/DIBZCG56dR
— Karrueche Tran (@karrueche) April 30, 2014
So far neither President Barack Obama or talk show titan Oprah have spoken publicly about the kidnapping. Ironically, Oprah used her own personal funds to build a school for girls in South Africa. But nowadays Oprah's name is in the headlines as one of 10 wealthy blacks who have shown an interest in purchasing the LA Clippers NBA team -- despite the fact that the current owner, Donald Sterling, has no plans to sell his franchise to anyone.
Rap mogul Ludacris' fiancee Eudoxie who is from Africa is also supporting the cause. Eudoxie is urging her followers to repost the following image to get the White House's attention.
It's shameful that Obama and Oprah are more concerned about pampered millionaire basketball players than the missing children.