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New York rapper Uncle Murda is standing all the best way tall. The hip-hop veteran has defended going in-in on Travis Scott together with his hard-hitting “Rap Up 2018” document.

Murda went to Instagram Wednesday (January 2) to get at Scott for previous feedback he made about police brutality sufferer Mike Brown.

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#RapUp2018 link in my bio

A put up shared by Lenny Grant (@unclemurda) on Jan 2, 2019 at eight:54am PST

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Last month, 2014 interview footage resurfaced of Scott speaking about Mike Brown and never feeling as sympathetic about his demise.

Scott was requested to provide his ideas on the Ferguson incident and responded “I’m sort of indignant, so many black persons are performing like faux activists…I’m not saying he deserved to get killed. But I’m not saying that he didn’t need to pay for penalties he in all probability inflicted.” From there, the rapper stated, “And I do know we’re like ‘fed up’ quote/un-quote, with no matter is happening in tradition…however on the identical time, you gotta simply cease placing your self in positions the place you’re repeatedly having this example go down.” (VLAD TV)

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Back in August 2014, Mike Brown had his life taken away from him by the hands of police brutality.

Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, was shot and killed on Aug. 9, 2014, by Darren Wilson, a white police officer, in Ferguson, Mo., a suburb of St. Louis. The taking pictures prompted protests that roiled the realm for weeks. On Nov. 24, the St. Louis County prosecutor introduced grand jury determined to not indict Mr. Wilson. The announcement set off one other wave of protests. In March, the Justice Department referred to as on Ferguson to overtake its legal justice system, declaring that town had engaged in constitutional violations. (New York Times)

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