Drake Says Alton Sterling Shot To The Left Of Him, "Truly Scared"; Kanye West Share The Video
Of October, of the same presents a poignant statement on Instagram while Yeezy spread the awareness of the majority of the graphics in the best possible way.
The Hip Hop community had a lot to say about the viral video of 37 years age, Alton Sterling, was shot to death by Baton Rouge, the Police force, including Chuck D and The Game.
Normally in silence for a socially controversial moments, Drake posted on Instagram today (July 6) to give his opinion on the tragedy.
"I'm grateful to be able to call America my second home," said Drizzy. "Last night, when I saw the video of Alton Sterling of being killed, has left me feeling discouraged, emotional, and truly scared. I woke up with a strong need to say something."
In the hand, Kanye West is no stranger to political statements (see "George Bush doesn't care about black people") and while he did not go into depth on your thoughts on other citizen-killed-by-cop in the house, has shared a social media user's video of the incident, what caused it to reach more than 10,000 points-of-view as the press.
Alton Sterling https://t.co/60yQnwT2T4— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) July 7, 2016Speaking of points of view, Drake's fourth full-length album has spent nine weeks at the top of the Billboard charts since it dropped in April. Wednesday morning, Joe Budden released his second diss track slandering the 6ixGod titled "Wake," after the release of "Making Of A Murderer Part 1" last week.
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