In a “Pura Vida” shirt, Norman Reedus joins protests over George Floyd’s death

One cool thing about marching in L.A. is if you see some random white dude in a Costa Rica t-shirt filming the protest, it might just be...

Wearing a “Pura Vida” shirt, American actor Norman Reedus joined protests over the death of George Floyd, who was suffocated by a police officer in Minneapolis.

Vocal supporter: Norman Reedus left quarantine to advocate for an end to racial violence after the murder of George Floyd at a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles

The Daily Mail shared several images of the actor, who has visited Costa Rica several times.

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He participated in the protests that took place in Los Angeles on Tuesday, in order to speak out against racism.

Friendly: The Walking Dead star, 51, appeared in high spirits, as he posed for pictures with fans and rode in on his black motorcycle

The 51-year-old The Walking Dead star appeared in high spirits, posing for photos with fans and riding her black motorcycle on Tuesday. While on his way to join others in a demonstration, the actor could be seen wearing an olive green face mask and a black T-shirt, which said: ‘Pura Vida Costa Rica’ in yellow letters,” highlights the outlet.

Chatting away: As others took pictures of him, he smiled with his shaggy hair down, helmet in his hand and facial covering resting below his chin

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Reedus shared some images on his Instagram profile, where he has more than 6 million followers. In addition, he asked citizens to go out and vote.

Loved-up date: The pair have been hunkering down at their Hollywood Hills home amid the coronavirus pandemic, and recently enjoyed an outdoor picnic together

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