Capitol Hill was stormed, causing terror and panic among celebrities and fans

Capitol Hill was stormed, causing terror and panic among celebrities and fans

SA’s famous faces added their voices to the chaos that erupted after President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the US Capitol.

Capitol Hill was stormed, causing terror and panic among celebrities and fans

Ardent followers of the 45th president of the US besieged the building to protest and check out to prevent Congress from certifying president-elect Joe Biden’s triumph within the 2020 elections.

The violent siege led to four deaths and 52 arrests. consistent with Washington DC metropolitan captain Robert J Contee, 47 of the 52 arrests were in reference to violations of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s 6 pm curfew, and 26 of these involving people arrested on US Capitol grounds.

With videos of everything that transpired during this historical event making the rounds on social media, Mzansi’s own public figures took to Twitter to weigh in on things across the ocean.

Many of our celebs were literally shaking, with stars like actress and socialite Khanyi Mbau letting her fans know to modify on the TV. And in her immortal words: “It’s lit on CNN”.

However, a number of our nation’s finest weighed in with their thoughts and feelings. Actresses Terry Photo and Rami Chuene criticized how the rioters were being handled by the cops, saying that #BlackLivesMatter protesters weren’t given an equivalent treatment.

“White privilege is obvious watching how #Trump protesters are (not) handled by police as against how they handled #BlackLivesMatter protests,” tweeted Rami.

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