West Coast rapper Game is not swaying away from his effort to change society for the better after putting together a private gathering of black celebrities to discuss social issues.
Game went to Instagram last night (July 13) and revealed details behind the exclusive event.
Yesterday (July 13), Game reacted to 15-year-old Cameron Sterling speaking on his father Alton Sterling‘s publicized death at the hands of white police officers.
Earlier in the day, Cameron’s words went viral following the press conference.
]”Protest in peace, not guns,” Cameron Sterling said today outside the Triple S Food Mart where his father died last week. Cameron Sterling told reporters today that he and his father had a “best friend bond.” “We had a bond so close,” he said. (ABC News)
This week, Louisiana rapper Webbie revealed he knew Sterling prior to his death.
“I been knowing him, sh*t, d*mn near all my life, my whole career. He used to sell CDs, you know what IÔÇÖm saying? Like, little dude used to be posted up out there right outside that little store. He used to sell CDs so everybody know him, you know what IÔÇÖm saying? Everybody in the city.” (XXL Mag)
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