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Lil Baby Meets w/ VP Harris, Nancy Pelosi at the White House House in support of George Floyd family


Lil Baby posted up at the White House yesterday in support of George Floyd’s family.

Lil Baby joins George Floyd's Family at the White House


The 26-year-old Atlanta native, Lil Baby stood behind members of the Floyd family and their attorneys as they spoke to the press about pushing for the George Floyd Policing Act to be passed.


On Tuesday (May 25), Lil Baby joined the family of George Floyd, as well as their attorney Ben Crump, on a visit to the White House, exactly one year after Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis. According to a report by The New York Times, President Biden met with members of Floyd’s family to discuss policing legislation.


In photos and videos below that have been shared across social media, "The Bigger Picture" rapper was seen with House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Vice President Kamala Harris.

The rapper also were behind members of the Floyd family and their attorneys as they spoke to the press about pushing for the George Floyd Policing Act to be passed.


This isn’t the first time the My Turn rapper has been linked to the family. Last December, he sponsored a birthday party for Gianna Floyd, the youngest daughter of Floyd.


Lil Baby was spotted walking with the family, and later standing in the background as members of Floyd’s kin spoke with the press. When asked what they were looking to talk to President Biden about, Lil Baby told the cameras before walking off, “try to pass that George Floyd Police Act Bill.”



George Floyd’s Family Meets With Biden Amid Push for Police Reform


On Tuesday (May 25), the Floyd family met with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd, told reporters they had a “great” meeting with Biden and Harris. “He’s a genuine guy,” he said. “They always speak from the heart. We’re just thankful for what’s going on and we just want the George Floyd Policing Act to be passed.”


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