West Coast rapper Game is ready for the world to make a major difference and enjoy a much-needed turning point. The hip-hop veteran came forward this week to talk about the importance of finding peace through self accountability.
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On Tuesday, the Los Angeles native hopped on Instagram with big words. The former G-Unit member shared his take on people protesting across the globe and said peace could only come when individuals hold themselves responsible for their own actions. Game ultimately said he wanted global peace.
“I was just thinking about the world and its unrest. Lot of peace, lot of love, lot of hate, lot of violence, lot of protest, lot of looting, lot of racists, lot of places, lot of individual thoughts, a lot of collective thoughts. Too much over governing, too much over policing, too much over thinking, not enough spreading love and care. I think that in the pursuit to happiness, pursuit to peace, pursuit to the change that everyone wants, not everybody but most of us, the pursuit to peace starts with accountability of one’s self. I’m willing to start with myself and holding myself accountable for all my wrongdoings, my indecisive moments that can turn negative and affect other people negative. Negativity.” -Game’s Instagram
The rap superstar also said his suggestion might be the only way to create peace globally.
“I think that literally if we all hold ourselves accountable for our own actions, individually, that we will find peace sooner than later. As long as there is people that look different from other people – other races – as long as there is someone that’s tall and someone that’s short, or someone that’s heavyset or someone that’s skinny, someone from this place and someone from another place, there will always be some type of civil dispute or civil unrest. I think the only way to peace, eternally for everyone, is for us to all hold ourselves individually accountable for our own actions. I think that’s really the only way.” -Game’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
On Tuesday, Detroit rap veteran Royce Da 5’9 asked all black men to immediately end any current beefs. The hip-hop artist asked fellow African Americans to put love and unity above feuding.
“If there’s ANYTHING I can do to help at assisting this, lemme know… 🏴” -Royce Da 5’9’s Instagram
Before You Go
On Monday, Royce hit up Instagram to share an alleged announcement suggesting adult website Pornhub would only feature black women from June 6 to June 12 in support for Black Lives Matter. However, some people believe the Pornhub statement is fake.
“🗣Just-US👉🏿🚬👈🏿” -Royce Da 5’9’s Instagram