Jun 19, 2015

Nas Speaks On The Charleston Church Shooting

Nas spoke on the recent shooting at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, that left 9 innocent residents dead. “Mental illness is something that I wish we could detect earlier on…detect that and vaccinate it at birth,” said Nas ”Racism is rotting America. It’s been rotting America since America’s inception. So this is a very serious time that we’re moving into in 2015.” While...

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