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Pharrell Williams calls Black Lives Matter protests 'the American Revolution 2.0'

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Pharrell Williams calls Black Lives Matter protests 'the American Revolution 2.0'

Pharrell Williams calls Black Lives Matter protests 'the American Revolution 2.0'

Pharrell Williams believes there's currently an "American Revolution 2.0" happening in his home country following the d*ath of George Floyd.


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