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Another prominent Atlanta hip-hop figure, Big Boi, retweeted the video of Killer Mike talking at the mayor's press conference.
Earlier in the evening, Jermaine Dupri posted a video to his social media accounts, urging people to vote in the June 9 primary and specifying the ways to do so.
“I see people furious and I see people saying Trump will win again #timeforsomeaction,” he tweeted.
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Also providing social commentary was Lecrae, whose hip-hop music carries a spiritual leaning. He posted on his Instagram account:
Buildings are burning, blood is on the leaves, people are upset. My son asked me last night "what did we do to be hated so badly?" Now I know where my mind and heart can go so I'm protecting my sanity. I'm staying proactive, training my kids for a cruel world, praying, lamenting, reading, and consoling my hurting brethren. Love somebody well today. Sacrifice your time, talents, and treasures for a hurting soul. #georgefloyd
Conserve your mental and emotional energy. This is a marathon not a sprint.
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