Source: Andrew Kirell / Mediaite
During Sunday evening’s BET Awards, actor and musician Jamie Foxx continued his streak of outward support for Trayvon Martin, donning a t-shirt with the late teenager’s face presumably advocating for the conviction of accused murderer George Zimmerman.
Foxx’s tee shirt first made a splash during the pre-show red carpet interviews, but it took center stage when the actor accepted the Best Actor award for his performance in 2012′s smash hit Django Unchained. Despite the clear statement via his outfit, Foxx did not specifically address Martin’s death while accepting his award.
Zimmerman is currently on trial for the 2012 second-degree murder of Martin. Before and during the trial, Foxx has remained an outspoken advocate for “justice” for Martin, sporting shirts with the teenager’s face to multiple awards ceremonies.
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