ST. LOUIS, Mo. - A lot of support for Brown's family not just at the funeral but online. On Twitter feeds and Instagram posts, there was an outpouring of support.
Famed pastor Bishop TD Jakes was one of those people.
We are praying for the Brown family, friends, the city of #Ferguson, and all who have been affected, for healing and wholeness.— TD Jakes (@BishopJakes) August 25, 2014
Syndicated radio host Tom Joyner, Martin Luther King III and even MC Hammer were in Ferguson to pay their respects.
Let's all make the day count as we remember Michael Brown today. Make it a movement and not a moment!— Tom Joyner (@TJMShow) August 25, 2014
The home going service for #MikeBrownRIP here in ST Louis was done well. God Bless his Family. #Ferguson
— MC HAMMER (@MCHammer) August 25, 2014
Our Brother Mike Brown's St. Louis Cardinals Hat Lays Upon His Casket Here At The Home Going… http://t.co/kpNyL3MEOX— Spike Lee (@SpikeLee) August 25, 2014
But the most notable people at the services who have experienced the pang of grief were the families of Emmitt Till, Oscar Grant, Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis.
Family members of Emmett Till, Trayvon Martin, Sean Bell, Oscar Grant, and Jordan Davis have all joined the Mike Brown funeral.— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) August 25, 2014
Still, there were some people in the online community who took issue with the celebrities in attendance.
I see there were a lot of celebrities at Mike Brown's funeral....ok now what are u gonna do? The cameras are off....— Suga Rae (@SugaRaeRadio) August 25, 2014
Celebrities on the front row of a public funeral for an individual that they did not know personally? Oh. #MikeBrown— Mike Brown (@TrillNathDatta) August 25, 2014
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