Drake Admits he's Nervously Waiting for 'Harsh Justice', In George Floyd Decision

HipHop News Posted on June 3, 2020 at 5:12am

Drake Admits he's Nervously Waiting for 'Harsh Justice', In George Floyd Decision

"It is BETTER to reflect the grief and indignation of the people."

Fired Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin was arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter for the death of George Floyd last week. But the other three officials who were involved in the incident have remained free, angry demonstrators throughout the country.

On Wednesday (June 3), a decision is expected to be delivered in respect of the officers of the luck. In one of his Instagram Stories, Drake confessed that he was a ball of nerves and it is with the hope that justice is served..focused on the ad {

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"The decision of the other officers will be announced this afternoon, and that BETTER reflect the grief and indignation of the people...this is an opportunity for those in power that are used for the protection of each other, to show the nation they are being listened to...pivotal moment in history is upon us and I am praying to withstand the harsh conditions of the JUSTICE...can't say that I'm not nervous, though."

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#Drake has a message before a planned announcement today with respect to the other three officers involved in the #GeorgeFloyd death

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Floyd was killed on May 25 after Chauvin put his knee on his neck for approximately nine minutes. The initial autopsy concluded that there was "no physical evidence" of the a


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