Billions (not really) of people and celebrities attended the event, including the likes of Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Kim Kardashian, Bella Thorne and Selena Gomez.
Selena isn't one to publicly talk about politics, however in support of the movement, she posted numerous shots of the protest on Instagram with the same caption: "I don't want this to just be an Instagram post anymore. PLEASE. ENOUGH. These people, families and CHILDREN have suffered enough. Today we march for our lives. I'm going to continue to trust god with the future and also play my part in bringing change. #marchforourlives #notjustahashtag".
While Selena got a lot of praise for her posts, many were adamant on reminding her of the past when she refused to support the Black Lives Matter movement in July, 2016.
Back then, Selena wasn't here for the hashtag at all, and people are finding it hypocritical with her new use of '#notjustahashtag'.
Just support BLM sis it's important too.