Jennifer Lopez Wants People to Be "Outraged" & "Not Forget" Breonna Taylor

Amy Mackelden
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Photo credit: NBC - Getty Images
Photo credit: NBC - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

  • Jennifer Lopez shared the trailer for an episode of the New York Times Presents documentary series which examines Breonna Taylor's death.

  • J.Lo urged her fans to "not forget" Taylor's murder, and used the hashtag #NoJusticeNoPeace.

  • Taylor was killed in bed by police after they entered her home on a drug warrant.

Jennifer Lopez wants justice for Breonna Taylor, and she's calling on her fans to watch a new documentary about the murdered emergency medical technician from Louisville, Kentucky.

Earlier this year, Taylor was shot and killed by police in her home after they forcefully entered on a "no knock" drug warrant while she slept. Taylor was shot five times, per The New York Times, after her boyfriend opened fire and shot at one of the police officer's legs, fearing that an intruder was in the house and had entered their bedroom.

Lopez re-posted a trailer for The Killing of Breonna Taylor, an episode of The New York Times Presents documentary series, dedicated to examining the tragic murder. She captioned the post, "💔#BREONNATAYLOR 💔 let’s not forget if you aren’t outraged or awake PLEASE watch @nytimes documentary that aired last night on @hulu and @fxnetworks about the murder of #BreonnaTaylor. #NoJusticeNoPeace #Repost from @daniellepriano."

Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer, opened up to Vanity Fair about her daughter. Palmer revealed, "She was a hard worker. If she missed work, something was really wrong. She loved being in the hospital, she loved her job, and she loved the people she worked with. Clearly, they loved her. They would always be leaving her little notes about them loving her and loving to work with her. Even when she passed, some of them came to the funeral. We just can’t believe this, we love her so much. We’re just going to miss her."

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