As violent riots in London continue for a fourth day, musicians have hit Twitter with messages of support for British peeps, and Tweets that raise awareness of important issues.
UK-born Jessie J has expressed her concern for all of the innocent people affected by the violence.
"Watching the news. I really don't understand... I don't get it??!!! Why destroy your own community? Why hurt innocent people. This is NOT how to gain respect. This is NOT how to get justice. This is NOT how to gain peace," she Tweeted.
"These riots are not cool. Frustrates me that I cant do anything, no one can. Anger being taken out on innocent people and innocent communities is not fair.
"In my opinion we need to discussing how to prevent this happening again. Really understanding why these people have done this...Young & old."
Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.I.Am has drawn attention to the issues underlying the violence.
"London please #stoptheriots...your city and country is to wonderful...don't cause anymore financial problems by burning down london," he Tweeted.
"When gov. stop youth programs like art, science, & their parents lose jobs with no means to live & there's no love...what do you expect?
"We all need to slow down and ask the right questions and demand the right answers. rioting just takes away all of our freedom."
Young music marvel Justin Bieber also Tweeted out a message to his followers.
"WHOAH...been out of the loop all day. to all the people of the UK I hope you are ok. my prayers go out to you and the amazing people there," he wrote.
Nicki Minaj sent her wishes out with the Tweet "Peace be with London".
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