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Last night at the Video Music Awards, Common led a tribute to Michael Brown, the man who was shot in Ferguson. The vast majority of people in attendance honored the moment of silence. Three people who did not were Kim Kardashian and Kylie and Kendall Jenner who were caught on the live feed of the show texting away during the moment of silence. The three were probably checking to make sure their outfits had got the proper attention and that they were trending on social media. Usually these three are more media aware of what is going on and where cameras are and what those cameras are broadcasting. I'm sure they will either ignore the situation or say something to the effect of they were all using the time to donate to the cause or something else ridiculous. All this proves is that the only thing these three care about are themselves.
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