Kanye West joins protestors rallying against racial inequality and police brutality.
Kanye West offers to fully pay for the college tuition of Floyd's daughter Gianna and marches with protesters rallying against racial inequality and police brutality in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois on Thursday.
The rapper, 42, was seen walking in a Justice for George Floyd/CPD out of CPS protest, according to USA Today.
Kanye wore a face mask and grey sweatshirt as he joined countless other protestors whom have banded together in response to the death of Floyd, a black man who was killed after a police officer knelt on his neck for over eight minutes.
The Stronger rapper has stepped in after the death sparked civil unrest across the country, and has offered to fully pay for the college tuition of Floyd's daughter Gianna.
Gianna is six years old and was recently seen on her uncle’s shoulders saying: ‘Daddy changed the world.’ Her mother said she told Gianna the father died because he couldn’t breathe.
West has set up a 529 college savings fund as part of $2million worth of donations to African American people who have recently been killed by police and white people.
West is giving 'to the families and legal teams' fighting for Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, TMZ reported.
Arbery was killed by white men who hunted him down and shot him while he was out jogging in Georgia. They said he fit the description of a burglary suspect.
West has not spoken about the Black Lives Matter moment since the killing of Floyd but he posted on Instagram for 'blackout Tuesday' - a campaign where brands agreed not to buy or sell for a day in order to focus on matters of racial inequality.