With each passing day, Sean "Diddy" Combs routinely shares wisdom and motivational quotes with his fans, continuing his life's dedicated mission to uplift others.
However, when it comes to police brutality continuously ravaging communities of color, the REVOLT Chairman's massive heart is heavy and hurting, just like so many across the country.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday morning (April 1), Combs reacted to the recent senseless murder of Stephon Clark, who died at the hands of police while standing in his grandparents' backyard after being shot at nearly 20 times.
New details have emerged, with Combs reposting the cover of the New York Daily News, which reveals that the findings from the autopsy report indicate Clark was hit eight times in the back by police, who falsely claimed at the time that he had a gun.
As protests continue to be organized across the U.S. in the wake of yet another police slaying of an innocent Black man, Combs took to Instagram to express his disgust and heartache regarding Clark's murder.
He reposted the news cover five times in a row, in hopes to make sure as many people as possible see the message that this simply will not be tolerated.
Countless members of the hip-hop community have reacted to the news, seeking answers and working tirelessly to continue the fight for justice, including Vic Mensa, who recently dedicated his March For Our Lives performance of "Now We Could Be Free" to Clark and others who have lost their lives due to police brutality.
"This song is dedicated to Stephon Clark, Decynthia Clements and all the unarmed Black men and women killed by police weapons," Mensa said at the time. "Until all of us are free, none of us will be free."
Take a look at Sean "Diddy" Combs' reaction to the unjust slaying of Stephon Clark, below.