Platinum Motorsports has released a video featuring American celebrities in support of Armenia and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh).
The video features rappers Ne-Yo, Big Sean, TV star Khloe Kardashian’s ex-husband and basketball player Tristan Thompson, famous American writer Steve Harvey’s daughter, Lori Harvey, as well as founders of Platinum Motorsports Sammy Sahakyan, Jack Keshishyan and George Keshishyan.
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The celebrities call on donating to Armenia and Artsakh. The caption for the video reads as follows: “We ALL stand with Armenia! When Humanity is under attack and innocent lives are taken we only have one choice; to STAND UNITED and make sure our voice is heard!”
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