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Rapper David Banner‘s controversial words on social media, in regards to the events in Baltimore, have ruffled some feathers. DJ QuickSilva and Lil Mo of 92Q’s The Fam got to the bottom of the rapper’s sentiments.

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Peace?

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During a time when most celebrities with influence are using their voice to promote peace and send words of encouragement to the troubled youth in Baltimore, David Banner’s message is slightly different.

“This country was built off war, slavery and the murdering of people so quit with the morality speeches.”

Banner goes on to say that he is proud of the youth but if we want them to calm down, these officers who are abusing their power need to be brought to justice. See more from David Banner on his IG page.

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