There's no justice in the world. 

So Chris Brown seems to think given his latest post on Instagram.

Following the CNN report exposing modern day slave trade in Libya, Chris Brown has lent his voice to the menace; albeit while expressing disapproval over the world's seeming lack of concern over the issue.

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The singer shared a post that read: 

"When France got bomb I see the entire FB saying pray for France, when Manchester got bomb I see the same, when Texas was flooding everyone was saying pray for Texas, but this slave trade is going on in Libya and we don't see it all over social media...smh"

Since CNN uncovered a market where Nigerians and other Africans are kept in dehumanizing conditions and auctioned off as slaves, there's been very little reaction on social media.

In the report, some of the captured people are sexually abused, and even killed for their organs.

Most of the world has been silent about the menace until recently, and Chris Brown is outraged by the silence.

However in the last day, several Nigerian celebrities including Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Peter Okoye, Mercy Aigbe among others have started to comment on the disturbing trend.