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High Profile Miamians React to George Zimmerman Verdict on Twitter

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Trayvon Martin was a 17-year-old boy from Miami-Dade County, and tonight several high-profile members of the community took to Twitter to express their reaction to tonight's verdict. Many sent their prayers to the Martin family and expressed grief over the results.

See also: George Zimmerman Verdict: Not Guilty

Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat player

Micky Arison, Miami Heat owner and former CEO of Carnival Cruises

Luther Campbell, New Times Columnist, Former 2 Live Crew member

Billy Corben, director of Cocaine Cowboys

Rick Ross, Rapper

Gabrielle Union, actress and girlfriend of Dwyane Wade

DJ Irie, Official Dj for the Miami Heat

Evelyn Lozada, Reality TV Star

Trick Daddy, Rapper

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