Grammys: BLM Activist Demands ‘Justice, Equity’ from Biden; Police Shoot Black Man in Back During Politically Charged Performance

Lil Baby put the Grammys on fire

The rapper turned his stage into a riot scene, reflecting the deadly riots that happened right after George Floyd died. Lil Baby performed “The Bigger Picture,” and there was also a speech from Black Lives Matter activist Tamika D. Mallory. Mallory looked into the camera and asked Joe Biden to bring “justice, equity, policy, and everything else that freedom encompasses.”

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Lil Baby’s performance was shocking. It featured actor and BLM protester Kendrick Sampson. In the scene, he was shot as he runs away from actors dressed up as police officers. Rioters throw Molotov cocktails at the building and then confront the police. The fireworks go off and Lil Baby stands on top of a police car. Too symbolic, right?

Mallory delivered her monologue:

“It’s a state of emergency. It’s been a hell of a year. Hell for over 400 years. My people, it’s time we stand. It’s time we demand the freedom that this land promises. President Biden, we demand justice, equity, policy, and everything else that freedom encompasses, and to accomplish this, we don’t need allies. We need accomplices. It’s bigger than black and white. This is not a trend, this is our plight. Until freedom.”

This set looks just like the BLM protests that emerged in response to the shooting of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, Ga. If by any chance you didn’t know it, it’s Lil Baby’s hometown.

Brooks died in June at the hands of Atlanta Police Officer Garrett Rolfe. He resisted arrest, snatched the officer’s taser, ran away, and even fired the taser at another officer, Devin Brosnan.

Officer Rolfe was charged with felony murder, and the police responded to calls that Brooks was sleeping in his vehicle near a Wendy’s drive-thru. This Wendy’s was burned to ashes. Lil Baby’s set was pretty similar to this.

Earlier in the event, “I Can’t Breathe” won “Song of the Year” at the 63rd Grammy Awards. The song was inspired by George Floyd’s death.

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Source: Breitbart

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