New York rapper Cardi B isn’t here for any white nationalist movement going down in the Big Apple. The hip-hop artist has hit up social media to speak up on the Empire State.
Cardi went to Instagram last night (August 19) to ask any and all gangs to unite to protect New York from hate.
This week, rap star Meek Mill shared a disturbing pic about racial tensions in 2017.
This week, G-Unit’s Tony Yayo went to Instagram with a direct message to racism.
A few days ago, Yayo and a slew of other hip-hop artists responded to last week’s publicized white supremacists demonstration in Virginia.
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