By Jasmine Washington
The participants of the Women’s Marches across the world did not come to play, they came to slay sexism and defend women’s rights everywhere. The Women’s March on Washington turned out to be one of the biggest inaugural protest in United States history. Over half a million protestors, many celebrities included, flocked to our nation’s capitol to be heard. From trendy bright pink ’p*ssyhats’ to graphic signs in support of women’s rights, the global protestors, who participated in “sister marches” to support the D.C. rally, wanted their stance to be heard loud and clear. From inspirational quotes to hilarious catchphrases these signs proved that protestors were serious about fighting back against President Donald Trump’s divisive agenda.
Although Donald Trump has taken the oath of office of POTUS, watch as Love & Hip Hop stars bid farewell to Obama in the video below.