We looked inside some of the tweets by @jtimberlake and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
7. in category Singer
10. in country United States
10. in category Celebrities
Four years ago today, Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem to protest police brutality and racism. Do you understand now? https://t.co/mAlfiUjJmg
“We keep loving this country and this country doesn’t love us back.” Doc Rivers got emotional while talking about Jacob Blake being shot by police and social injustice. https://t.co/qQI2Ld2DGI
The vote matters. ALL IN: The Fight For Democracy, from directors Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés, featuring Stacey Abrams, arrives in theaters 9.9, and on Prime Video 9.18. #AllInForVoting https://t.co/HmSXoSSLTM
This couldn’t come at a better time. @allinthefilm breaks down the very real issue of voter suppression in the U.S... The more informed we are, the more prepared we are to fight for democracy. Directed by @lizgarbus and @misscortes, feat. @staceyabrams 💯 https://t.co/yAhtyyOfIB
Tobias Harris’ media availability today lasted 59 seconds. He had one message. “We want to make sure that Daniel Cameron (Kentucky Attorney General) will arrest the cops & the officers involved with Breonna Taylor’s death and that’s all I got to say.” https://t.co/AxKUDGlcIA
Nathaniel Bedford Forrest was a confederate general and KKK leader responsible for The Fort Pillow Massacre, one of the worst atrocities of the Civil War. A statue memorializing him still remains in the Tennessee State House today. https://t.co/BryJ4LNRmN
When we protest racism in America, people think we are protesting America itself. Why is that the reaction? Because America was built by men who believed in and benefitted from racism. Plain and simple. If we plan to move forward, these confederate monuments must come down. https://t.co/j2IgZ8Nr7D
Kentucky cutting number of polling places for Tuesday’s primary from 3700 to 200 There will be one polling place for 616,000 registered voters in Louisville’s Jefferson County, where half state’s black voters live This is going to be a disaster https://t.co/Xn61pDqleN
.@GovBillLee, please join Virginia and New York and make Juneteenth a paid holiday in Tennessee for state employees. Thank you 🙏🏾
ARREST THE COPS THAT KILLED #BREONNATAYLOR. And outlaw “no knock” warrants in every state right after that.