Baton Rouge Rapper Slams Hypocrisy Of ‘Black Lives Matter’, Don’t Care When “We Kill Each Other!” (VIDEO)

Days ago Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke denounced the Black Lives Matter as perpetuating a hateful ideology. He referenced their false narrative, following Brooklyn cop Jay Stalien. Pointing out how the Black Lives Matter movement faces more abuse from fellow African-Americans than any other race. He called out “the bullshit.”

Baton Rouge based rapper Kevin Gates slammed the Black Lives Matter movement. He posted a video online raging,

“We kill each other, but as soon as a white boy kills one of us, everybody go to hoopin’ and hollerin’. When we stand for something you’ve got to stand for it all the way, not half way. We kill each other. I’m talking about we lay up under each other’s cars, lay behind each other’s houses then whip by — BOOM BOOM — kill everybody in the car.”

In February Gates criticized the hypocrisy of the movement as well. He did an interview for Shay Diddy TV where he said he was in agreement with actress and performer Stacy Dash. Dash famously said there shouldn’t be a Black Entertainment Television (BET). Furthermore, that we are all Americans at the end of the day regardless of anything else.

Gates is a convicted felon but holds only himself responsible for his behavior,

“I got my ass whooped by the police. But you know why? I was belligerent and I was conducting myself like a ‘n***er.’ And when I say ‘n***er’ I mean I was conducting myself in an ignorant manner. I had no respect for myself. I had no respect for authority that was talking to me. So I deserved what I got. I’m a felon. I get pulled over all the time.”

Gates said he learned that when he treated law enforcement with respect he got that same respect in return. Not too hard to understand.

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