In a released statement, the rock band fronted by Pete Wentz reveal that they split the amount between National Bail Out and Black Visions Collective to support the movement.

AceShowbiz - Fall Out Boy have donated $100,000 (£78,060) to two organisations furthering the work of the Black Lives Matter movement.

The U.S. rock band, fronted by Pete Wentz, split the money - taken from their Fall Out Boy Fund, launched in 2017 - between National Bail Out and Black Visions Collective.

"When you discover rot deep within your house you don't just paint over it. You dismantle it and rebuild a better house," they wrote in a statement on Twitter. "We support the black community in the struggle against racial inequality, injustice, and police brutality by committing $100,000 from the Fall Out Boy Fund this summer.

"We realise this is a marathon not a sprint and plan to continue and expand our support."

Fall Out Boy are the latest musicians to donate to the Black Lives Matter movement following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers. Other stars including Kanye West have pledged financial support to the cause, while singers such as Madonna and Halsey have been spotted at Black Lives Matter protests.

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