Somebody is gonna take the fall for this in a big way. Glad this video is getting some media attention now. Where are all the free speech advocates rushing to defend them?
A city-funded legal aid organization knowingly participated in a music video where artists rapped that it was “time to start k!lling these coppers” and pointed guns at a man dressed as an NYPD officer, the city’s Department of Investigation has found.
The Bronx Defenders, a criminal defense firm that receives about $20 million every year in public funding, let rappers Uncle Murda and Maino shoot portions of their “Hands Up” music video in their offices near Yankee Stadium and then tried to cover up its involvement, according to a DOI report.
Of course criminals are always posted up at ivy league libraries.
New York Times columnist Charles Blow says his son was held at gunpoint by a Yale police officer because he fit the description of a suspect.
I hope the jury that decided to let this cold blooded killer go is haunted for the rest of their lives with the image of Trayon.
(CNN)George Zimmerman — the man acquitted by a Florida jury over the death of Trayvon Martin — was arrested Friday in Florida on suspicion of aggravated assault and domestic violence with a weapon, local authorities said.
The 31-year-old Florida man was arrested by police in Lake Mary around 10 p.m. and booked into the John E. Polk Correctional Facility, according to that facility’s website. That facility, like its website, is run by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.
Must watch. Cartoon by Hip Hop Cartoons
Being a father I can understand him having to take these drastic measures to save this young black boy from becoming another Bobby Shmurda. No judgement from me.
I guess Charles Barkley would say Richard Pryor was out of his mind back then too. This is from the classic Richard Pryor Live in Concert.