• Demi Lovato said "this must stop" following the Daunte Wright incident 
  • The singer encouraged to help Wright's girlfriend and son
  • She also asked people to protest with "precautions and safety measures"

Demi Lovato shared a series of posts regarding Black Lives Matter following the Daunte Wright shooting incident in Minnesota. The 28-year-old singer took to Instagram on Monday to condemn the tragic incident and shared a guide to support Wright's son and girlfriend.

"My heart breaks for the family of Daunte Wright. This must stop," she captioned. The post further explained how to support Wright's family and the incident details.

"We are collecting community support for the mother of Daunte's son. She has personally requested this help and we are here to amplify her needs," she captioned. "Please share and spread the word for those who want to help. May Daunte Rest In Love. Let's come together to help who he's left behind."

"Daunte Wright was murdered by Brooklyn Center Police on 4/11," she added. "He leaves behind the mother of his child, Chyna, and his soon to be 2 year-old-son, Daunte Jr. Holistic Heaux has been in contact with Daunte Wrights' girlfriend. We are rallying support for her and their son."

The singer also shared a screenshot of Ben O'Keefe's sarcastic tweet that noted the reasons why "cops kill Black folks: CD’s, Wallet, Skittles, Loosies, Toy gun, Jogging, Cigarillos, Cell phone, Loud music, Wrong house, Counterfeit bill, Broken tail light, Failure to signal, No license plate, Hanging air freshener."

Lovato made another post on Monday sharing a series of images that featured Wright's photo along with his son and information regarding the incident. "If you are protesting, PLEASE take precautions and safety measures," the singer captioned.

The singer also shared screenshots of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) organization's tweet:

Following the tragic incident, Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliot tweeted on Monday that people should protest but in a peaceful way.

Actress Kerry Washington took to Twitter on Monday and wrote, "#DaunteWright should still be alive. My heart goes out to his family, his friends. And to all Black people who are tired of waking up to tragedy after tragedy."

South African comedian Trevor Noah also discussed Wright during a "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" segment on Monday.

"Maybe if the police weren't so quick to draw any weapon, then maybe people wouldn't die because of a mix-up," the comedian said. "Don't you find it amazing that cops think everything is a gun, except their own gun? If you have a cellphone in your hand – 'Oh, that's a gun.' If you're holding a wallet, 'Oh that's a gun.' Their own gun? No, not a gun."

Beyonce, Viola Davis, Kim Kardashian and Michael B. Jordan also posted on social media regarding Black Lives Matter following Wright's tragic incident.

The tragic incident took place on Sunday afternoon near the 6300 block of Orchard Ave. around 2 p.m. when the officers attempted to make a traffic stop and noticed Wright had an outstanding warrant.

"At one point as officers were attempting to take the driver into custody, the driver re-entered the vehicle," Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon told ABC News. "One officer discharged their firearm, striking the driver."

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Demi Lovato attended the 3rd Annual InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on Oct. 23, 2017 in Los Angeles. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images