Halle Berry Tells ‘Black Lives Matter’ Supporters To Stop Whining, Take Action And Create Change

Are you just as exhausted as Halle Berry?  The actress says she’s personally tired of people simply talking with no real substance when it comes to making a difference with the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement. A better way to put it maybe don’t whine when nothing gets done if you aren’t putting in much effort.

In recent years, social justice has been talked about nationwide including thousands of individuals and groups supporting campaigns, protest and simply taking stands against violence and police brutality, such as ones like ‘Black Lives Matters.’

According to Page Six here is what Berry says during the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity Girls’, “In my world, I get so tired of people complaining about, ‘Oh black lives matter,’ and they pontificate and pontificate about it, and I say, ‘Well, what are you doing about that? It may not seem significant to you, but that’s how we start. Have you called your local politicians, have you written a letter?’

“When they say they’ve done nothing, I say, ‘Well, don’t talk to me … because you are part of the problem because you are sitting here spewing negativity and complaining. I don’t have time for people who talk the talk but don’t walk the walk.”

She concluded with these words: “I don’t have time for people who talk the talk but don’t walk the walk.”

While ‘Black Lives Matter’ was a huge topic up for discussion, the Oscar winning actress also recently shut down rumors of her expecting her third child. She says that’s a NO for her!  Here is a little clip from BET with the inside scoop!



The actress met with Snapchat executives earlier this week to discuss Hallewood, that launches next month, where she plans to post stories and videos, connect directly with her fans, and start a discussion on a wide variety of topics such as topics like ‘Black Lives Matter’ etc.


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Follow E'Vonne: Instagram: @forever_evonne Twitter: @EVonneGipson SC: @byevonnegipson E'Vonne Gipson is an award winning journalist from Missouri City, TX. She is a graduate of Grambling State University where she received a B.A. degree in Mass Communication with a concentration in journalism and public relations. Gipson has written for several publications including Sheen Magazine, HBCU Buzz, The Black Beat, The News-Star, The Ruston Daily Leader, JubileeMag.com, and Houston Style Magazine. She is a former business reporting intern at Abilene Reporter-News in Abilene, TX and a current social media intern for MC Lyte's Hip Hop Sisters Network. She first began her journalism career writing for her school's newspaper "The Gramblinite". In 2016, Gipson worked with the Web Department at Houston television station, KHOU-11 TV where she gained professional photography and social media skills. Gipson is currently a producer at USA Today Network newspaper, The News-Star in Monroe. She is a member of The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW), and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


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