Usher and Trey Songz joined the Los Angeles protests on Sunday.

Songz shared a clip on Instagram of the pair shouting “No Justice, No Peace” while taking part in a Black Rides For Black Lives bike ride.

The musician called the day “dope,” adding the energy “was so positive and high.”

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Usher shared numerous clips of the ride on social media, posting one image of the U.S. flag being hung upside down.

Credit: Instagram/Usher
Credit: Instagram/Usher

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His caption included, “The flag is hung upside down when a nation is in distress and in the case of emergency or problem.”

Usher had previously shared a clip of the George Floyd protests and the crowd shouting, “Black Lives Matter” and “No Justice, No Peace.”

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The pair are among many celebs who have taken to the streets to protest racism after George Floyd died while in police custody on May 25.

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