The list of celebrities boycotting Florida over the controversial "Stand Your Ground" law continues to grow.
Madonna, Usher, Patti Labelle, Kanye West, Jay Z, the Rolling Stones, Justin Timberlake, R. Kelly, Rhianna, Alicia Keys, will i am, Erykah Badu and Rod Stewart have joined Steve Wonder's Florida boycott, according to MSN .
However, The Huffington Post is calling into question whether the boycott is true. Representatives contacted claim some of the artists never agreed to the Florida ban.
Stevie Wonder was the first performer to announce that he would not put on shows in Florida or any other state that recognizes the Stand Your Ground Law, expressing outrage over the George Zimmerman verdict.
Nearly two dozen U-S states have some version of a Stand Your Ground law.
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