BY IME EKPO JUNE 1, 2020
LL Cool J concluded one of 2020’s most eventful weekends with a freestyle highlighting the death of George Floyd and overall racial injustice against Black people in America. The passionate freestyle follows a brief moment of controversy based on a tweet he wrote about biracial families.
“For 400 years you had your knees on our necks,” LL Cool J rapped as he leads the freestyle with a reference and connection between slavery and the death of George Floyd.
In pure grunt style, he continued to drops bars with lines grabbing mentions about the recent acts of looting, “Becky” hate crimes and police brutality.
The Radio rapper proceeded onto a play on words, ultimately molding a moment of recognition for those who have lost their lives to an act of violent radical injustice.
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