50 Cent and his rap group G-Unit, were amongst the artists who used their craft to speak out against police brutality in the wake of several incidents across the nation, including the tragic death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
The video opens with the clip of the Staten Island man who was choked to death by New York City Police officers and Reverend Al Sharpton talking about incident.
“Now why the f–k did you call them cops, put your hands up and you still get shot, here they go now they out on patrol, they done killed a few, they finna kill some more,” 50 Cent opens the song with.
The video starts with a movie ratings screen, rating it “R” for graphic violence and police brutality. Living up to the that ratings screen, the video mixes police brutality videos with clips of Young Buck and Kidd Kidd rapping, though the clips dominates the video.
“Ever since Mike Brown went down, my whole city like ‘f**k a cop,’” Young Buck raps.
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