California protesters chant 'NRA has got to go'

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"I told my kids on the school walkout, 'I love you, [but] if you walk out that school, walk out my house, '" he says in the interview. Noir goes on to add that "no one can point this out better than Killer Mike". "There was also a shooting on that campus".

This post Killer Mike Says His NRA Interview Was Misused first appeared on Vibe.

He said he supports both the march and the ownership of guns by black people.

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The rapper faced considerable backlash via Twitter and other social media for apparently embracing the NRA, a group whose support of the Second Amendment rights of Black gun owners has seemed dubious.

"I'm sorry ... that an interview I did about a minority - black people in this country - and gun rights was used as a weapon against you guys", the rapper said. "I'm sorry adults chose to do this".

Yesterday, the Atlanta rapper/activist issued an apology to the kids who participated in the march, saying that he's always been an activist and an organizer, and supports young people who who take the initiative to stand up for their rights. In 1967, when armed members of the Black Panther Party gathered inside the California State Assembly chamber to protest the Mulford Act, a bill that would ultimately ban the open carrying of firearms in California, the N.R.A. instead backed the governor, Ronald Reagan, who eventually signed the bill into law; decades later, the N.R.A. also conspicuously failed to speak out about the death of Philando Castile, the thirty-two-year-old licensed gun owner who was murdered by a panicked police officer.

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"He added that, as a former youth organizer, he respects and supports the leadership of young people who organized the massive march, which brought together at least a million people in the US and thousands more worldwide to demand action on gun control". And they've earned being heard in one of the hardest ways possible.

Meline didn't respond to the controversy engulfing his artistic partner until last night, when he wrote that he wouldn't cut ties with Mike over the dustup. "So while I'm bummed at the way this unfolded, I will always fuck with him".

Spawned from the brilliant minds of Killer Mike and El-P, the duo have delivered a trilogy of excellent albums, with the fourth chapter now in development.

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The rapper, whose given name is Michael Render, opposes gun control. People like @KillerMike speaking out have completely different reasons to own guns than others will.

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