Celebs speak out for Johnny Depp
Oct 17, 2020 —
It wasn't very long ago that Snoop Dogg showed Johnny some love on Instagram.
And now, a couple others are stepping forward.
Singer Sia took to Twitter to say "Just showing my support for Johnny Depp. I mean, I’d love him to get clean and stop with the jewelry, but he is clearly the victim after hearing those tapes."
The 44-year-old singer (born Sia Kate Isobelle Furle) took to Twitter on Thursday, showing her support for the 57-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star.
She also took a shot towards his ex Amber Heard, and her former boyfriend Elon Musk, throwing some serious shade in another tweet.
"Also @elonmusk didn't you give her the seven million she "donated" from her settlement? She still came out seven million richer. Why are you protecting her? She will never get the help she needs if we all stay silent!"
Anna Akana posted on twitter: "I just spent the entire day deep diving into the Amber Heard & Johnny Depp situation and WOW. I'm ashamed that I believed this woman who cried wolf, and I'm deeply angry that her lies hurt real victims. He's one of the victims that is being discredited due to her false accusations. Though men are a smaller percentage of abused victims, they are also ones that face more stigma/dismissiveness. She knew this and exploited it :( "
"I listened to the hour conversation that both knew was being recorded, the half hour conversation Amber secretly recorded & a telephone conversation Depp recorded. There was a clear pattern in all of verbal and emotional abuse by Heard. Not being able to promise that you won't hit someone again is insane."
It’s really good to see celebrities standing up and speaking out in favor of Johnny Depp. I wish more people would follow suit. He’s a super nice guy that’s worked with a LOT of people in the industry, and I wish more of them would stand up and show their support.
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