Ooowee! T.I.’s New Song Is Making White America VERY Uncomfortable
If you haven’t seen it yet, this is the video you need in your life. T.I. turns the tables, showing a glimpse of the other American experience as their reality.
As you know, police brutality is at an all-time high for modern America. It’s at the point where we could and should call it an epidemic.
Yet, even given all the obvious proof, people still don’t seem to get it.
Thank You, T.I.
Here’s the video below.
You see, T.I. isn’t afraid to speak on the topics needed to help bring awareness to the Black community.
While tackling cases that haven’t received justice, T.I. shows what it would be like if whites had to endure the same injustices as Blacks.
From Tamir Rice to Philando Castile, Eric Garner to Rosa Parks, the Atlanta rapper gives eye-opening, undeniable depiction.
Well, hopefully, it’s “undeniable.”
Seems to Always Point the Finger Elsewhere
Even after the most recent injustice with Terence Crutcher, some white Americans state that “it’s not about race.” They note that she’s simply in the wrong profession.
See, there’s no way to refute that she was wrong. In past narratives regarding “officer involved shootings [murders],” the argument has been “speculation without evidence.”
Then, immediately after every shooting, media would dig up some type of incriminating information from the past to distract the public and change the narrative.
Alton Stering was murdered by cops. But, they swiftly pulled his record and publicized it.
Philando Castile was murdered by cops. And, they tried to frame him for a robbery he didn’t commit, as well as lie by saying he didn’t have a concealed carry license.
Sandra Bland “mysteriously committed suicide” while in police custody.
[We all know good and well that’s not what happened.]
Yet, that’s what they want you to believe.
Immediately after her death, authorities started focusing on a “depression” narrative, totally skewing what she said in her videos.
They said she was depressed, rather than quoting what she actually said: that the current state of the world is depressing.
Misinformation is a mofo. And, they’ll do it to you everytime if it keeps you misguided.
However, T.I. is showing the majority the images they don’t want to see.
Big props to him for taking this step, against what industry professionals might say about it.
It seems hip hop and rap are circling back to the political era.
Keep the community informed.
What are your thoughts regarding T.I.’s new video, “War Zone”? Feel free to share your comments below.
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