Remember George Floyd that was murdered- lil Baby sends potent message on black lives matter.
By AJhee | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2 views
Lil baby, during the period of the Black lives matter campaign set out to express himself by dropping an important message to the public using his song called 'The bigger picture '.
It was dropped based on the chants of 'I can't breathe' by the protesters during the George Floyd campaign.
Lil baby talks about the fact that he has made many law problems, mentioning that 'corrupted police had been the problem where I'm from ' then he sang ' But I would be lying if j said it was all of them'.
'They killing us for no reason ', Lil baby emphasizes as they shot at the protesters with rubber bullets and that officers are trained to 'kill us ' - these are words of the singer.
Let's all remember that black lives matter and say no to racism. All we need is to have one mind and give ourselves a chance.Thank you for reading. Do well to follow up and comment. Don't forget to share.
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