“There’s a war going on in these streets…we can’t go to war with the police,” Bun B says.
Bun B asks “how do black people stop other people from hurting us” and how can we group on this issue?
Watch the full interview above of Bun B encouraging how to start locally and form solutions.
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Celebrities React To The Shooting Death Of Alton Sterling By Police
1. The world is outraged after a video surfaced on Tuesday night of a Baton Rouge, Louisiana police officer shooting and killing an unarmed Black man who was selling CDs outside of a Food Mart. Sterling was shot multiple times in the chest and back and died immediately.Source: 1 of 16
2. Zendaya was one of the first celebs to react on social media.Source: 2 of 16
3. Diggy Simmons shared his feelings on Twitter.Source: 3 of 16
4. Wiz Khalifa has a message for the people.Source: 4 of 16
5. NBA star John Wall simply tweeted Sterling’s name.Source: 5 of 16
6. Justin Timberlake pleaded for the killings to stopSource: 6 of 16
7. Iggy Azalea tweeted for justiceSource: 7 of 16
8. Nick Jonas shared his thoughtsSource: 8 of 16
9. Activist Deray Mckesson shared his disbelief.Source: 9 of 16
10. Samira Wiley wants the media to “Say His Name.”Source: 10 of 16
11. Karrueche shared her condolences.Source: 11 of 16
12. Amy Schumer sent her love.Source: 12 of 16
13. NBA star Jeremy Lin expressed his frustration.Source: 13 of 16
14. Angie Martinez expressed her shock.Source: 14 of 16
15. Bernie Sanders suggests a solutionSource: 15 of 16
16. Busta Rhymes vented on Instagram.Source: 16 of 16
EXCLUSIVE: Bun B Reacts To Shootings Says “I Don’t Want My People To Live In Fear” was originally published on theboxhouston.com