50 Cent Sends Condolences to Alton Sterling and Philando Castile’s Families
After the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police officers, 50 Cent has spoken out about these tragedies and police brutality in America at large.
"This is not a game out here, police have gotten away with shooting so many people and not being punished for it. People are fed up," wrote 50 on IG. "I saw CNN report on Cops being shot and the sad part is my first thought was, Good because I've seen so many graphic images of cops wrongfully shooting people but when I think about it, the officers that were shot are not guilty of anything. They were protecting protesters. Their families must be devastated. My condolences to those families of the officers that lost their lives that night. But we also can't ignore the fact that black people get treated unjustly by law enforcement everyday. My condolences also go to the families of Alton Sterling and Philandro Castile."
Earlier this week, 50 revealed that he was behind an upcoming TV show on the Black Mafia Family. It was originally supposed to be a movie a couple years ago, but looks like Power has put him in a position to executive produce more television shows. With a new season of Power on the way as well plus a couple more shows in the works, looks like we're gonna be seeing a lot of 50 in the near future.
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