Tinie Tempah, Jessie J and Lily Allen are among a host of musicians who have taken to Twitter to express their concerns over the London riots.
The riots in London began on Saturday (August 6) in Tottenham and spread to south London on Sunday (7).
After more violence and looting last night (August 8), Tinie Tempah told fans over Twitter: 'The more riots the more repressive action will take place & the more we face the danger of a right-wing & eventually a fascist society' MLK''
Whilst Jessie J pleaded with fans to try and bring an end to the riots: ''These riots are not cool. Frustrates me that I cant do anything, no one can. Anger being taken out on innocent people and innocent communities is not fair."
Adding: Watching the news. I really dont understand...
I dont get it??!!! Why destoy your own community? Why hurt innocent people. This is NOT how to gain respect. This is NOT how to get justice. This is NOT how to gain peace.''
Lily Allen also took to Twitter, saying: ''people aren't born evil.Yes, these kids might be past the pointof help, but we need to take responsibility for future generations''
Last night (August 8), parts of Hackney, Croydon and Camden were also affected, while violence and looting was reported in Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool.
Lily Allen, Calvin Harris and Justin Bieber are among the other musicians who have tweeted about the riots.
Music Stars React On Twitter