Celebrities took to Twitter on Monday to react to the news that police officer Darren Wilson will not face charges for shooting unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
Pop star Katy Perry was one of the first to tweet, saying: ‘Sending my prayers to Ferguson & praying for an equal America.’
While Happy hitmaker Pharrell Williams said: ‘I’m heartbroken over the news of no indictment in Ferguson. Let’s all pray for peace.

A jury of seven men and five women delivered the verdict that Wilson, a white officer, should not be indicted for shooting the black teen six times on August 9. Michael Brown’s mother collapsed in tears as the verdict was announced.
Rihanna simply wrote ‘facts’ as she posted a picture of a black protestor holding up a sign that read: ‘Justice for… I left it blank because I’ll probably need this next year.’
Sportsman LeBron James posted this poignant illustration of Michael Brown arm in arm with Trayvon Martin on his official Twitter account and said: ‘As a society how do we do better and stop things like this happening time after time!!

He continued: ‘I’m so sorry to these families. Violence is not the answer people. Retaliation isn’t the solution as well.’
Girls creator Lena Dunham added: ‘All my love is with the family of Michael Brown. I applaud their strength and courage, mourn their loss, pray they see justice and change.’
Gabrielle Union shared: ‘Heavy heart, angry soul… we matter. ALL our lives matter. Hear us, feel us, respect us… ALL’
Bones actor David Boreanaz said: ‘Violence is NOT the answer. #Pray #Ferguson’.