Atlanta, GA – Rapper T.I. was one in all hundreds to march in opposition to police brutality throughout a rally held in Atlanta, final Friday (July eight).

The Southern wordsmith, who joins a number of different rappers who peacefully demonstrated final week, posted a number of movies of the march on Instagram, utilizing phrases like “Mandatory Demonstration” and “We outchea!!!!” because the captions to his footage.

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In one picture, which is captioned “Standoff on da freeway,” T.I. and a variety of different protesters will be seen standing straight in entrance of police who blocked entry to the freeway. The rapper later posted a photograph, which confirmed an aerial view of the standoff with police.

Also current with T.I. through the protest was his son, Domani Harris.

In the time since final week’s protest, T.I. has uploaded a variety of movies that contact on social injustice to his Instagram profile. Several of the movies characteristic footage of Jane Elliott, a former faculty trainer, anti-racism activist, and “hero” to T.I.

Video T.I. recorded of the Atlanta protest will be discovered beneath.

We outchea!!!!

A video posted by TIP (@troubleman31) on Jul eight, 2016 at 6:04pm PDT

Standoff on da highway A photograph posted by TIP (@troubleman31) on Jul eight, 2016 at 6:05pm PDT

Mandatory Demonstration

A video posted by TIP (@troubleman31) on Jul eight, 2016 at 6:07pm PDT

I LOVE MY PEOPLE!!!!! Proud to have been a part of this moment. Look at US… We Outchea!!!!! A photograph posted by TIP (@troubleman31) on Jul eight, 2016 at eight:31pm PDT

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