(CBS News) Jamie Foxx threw his support behind Trayvon Martin at the BET Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Foxx sported a red T-shirt with a black-and-white image of the Florida teen, who was shot and killed by George Zimmerman in February. The photo featured Martin in his now-famous hoodie.Complete Coverage: Trayvon Martin shooting
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The 44-year-old actor/singer also wore the shirt on stage as he presented an award, another sign intended to make a statement on the controversial matter that has taken the nation by storm.
Back in February, Foxx voiced his support for Martin's family after their 17-year-old son was killed.
Foxx, meanwhile, has a big year coming up career-wise. He's starring in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," due around the holidays. He's also attached to the upcoming Bruce Willis film, "Kane & Lynch."
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