Idris Elba appeals for peace via Instagram: “Gimme Five For Peace”

Idris Elba calls for peace via Instagram (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

British star Idris Elba makes a nice call for peace in his new Instagram post on Friday.

In one photo he posted that we only see Elba’s right hand, close up and reaching out to the sky. Along with the picture he wrote: “Give me five for peace”.

The legend of Elba appears to be a call to heaven to restore world peace, at a time when the Covid pandemic has crippled life around the world and new violence has erupted between Israel and Palestine.

Elba will soon be seen in the superhero film “The Suicide Squad”, in addition to the epic fantasy romance “Three Thousand Years Of Longing” and Western drama “The Harder They Fall”.

The 48-year-old actor, writer, producer, rapper, singer, songwriter and DJ is known for his roles, including in the series “The Wire”, “Luther” and Nelson Mandela in the biographical film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

Meanwhile, actor Idris Elba, who trained to be a professional kickboxer in 2017, said his mother Eve and wife Sabrina told him to cut the nonsense when he offered to make a movie about the fights.

Speaking to actor Matthew McConaughey on a Fane streaming website, Elba said, “I really thought about developing an idea (for a movie) around an aging fighter, which means I’ll be back. in the ring. “

He said his wife was not impressed with the idea and neither was his mother, reports

“They’re like, ‘Eliminate this nonsense.'”

Elba says the thought of returning to battle excited him. “But I don’t need to fight a kid again.”

Elba used his boxing skills by teaching young people to box, to divert them from knife crime for his series “Idris Elba’s Fight School”.

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