Jay Z Gives A Solution To Stop Police Brutality

HipHop News Posted on June 2, 2020 at 3:00am

Jay Z Gives A Solution To Stop Police Brutality

Hov explains why Kalief Browder's history that brings people together.

New York, NY – Jay Z, saying to the Kalief Browder story is about more than a young man. The rap mogul is said that the life of the teenager who was held at Rikers Island for three years without trial is a "modern prophet."

In a press conference held yesterday (October 6) in New York about his Peak docuseries, Time: The Kalief Browder Story, Jay Z offers his solution to stop police brutality, in light of Browder's fight for justice and that of so many who lost their lives at the hands of the police, including Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and Terence Crutcher this summer..focused on the ad {

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"When you have compassion for what someone is going through — we are all in for a short embrace at the time," he said, according to The FADER of the journalist who was in attendance. "The judgement is the enemy of compassion. When you is able to see that...we are all not perfect, we make mistakes. All of us, each one of us. When you have compassion for what someone is going through your difficult situation, my personal belief, having the camera in that someone creates more distrust. When we have an exchange and that has to be recorded, that there is something wrong, something is not working. A camera can't set a relationship between a person who is hired to protect and serve the society. There has to be a relationship. There has to be respect on both sides."

The Game


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