As the scene continues to be tense, chaotic, dangerous and divided in Ferguson, Mo., more stars are speaking up about the situation.
Rapper and St. Louis native Nelly went to Ferguson on Monday to talk to protesters as another night of chaos and clashing led to more arrests. He recently announced that he had set up a scholarship fund in Michael Brown's name. He and T.I. both told TMZ the violence escalated too quickly.
"I understand the frustration, but we have to strategize before we overreact," said Nelly.
Diddy, in an Instagram video, called on President Obama to get involved, saying, "Obama, get on a plane. This is serious. These are your people, baby."
J.Cole also visited Ferguson and was moved to write a song, Be Free, saying, "I'm tired of being desensitized to the murder of black men."
And Young Jeezy and Wiz Khalifa wore RIP Michael Brown shirts while performing in St. Louis last week.