Antwan “Big Boi” Patton, meanwhile, told fans to “beware of who is among you” adding in part, “there are snakes among u.”
For his part, Clifford "T.I." Harris, who spoke at Friday night's press conference alongside Bottoms and fellow Atlanta rapper and Bankhead Seafood-backer Michael "Killer Mike" Render, also had a lengthy message on Instagram, accompanied by a video of a local police officer addressing the someone in a crowd of protesters yesterday.
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“THIS IS WHY ATLANTA IS DIFFERENT‼️ This is OUR CITY.... For US By US‼️ We have more Black Police,more Black judges, more black politicians & just more overall Black Success here than ANYWHERE ELSE‼️” he said.
Migos member Offset, whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, posted a video of the late comedian and activist Dick Gregory explaining how to improve police interactions with the community.
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"LISTEN," Offset captioned the video.
Hip hop stars aren’t alone in speaking out, however. Actress China McClain, who stars in the “Descendants” film series and CW’s “Black Lightning,” shared a song called “My Sanity,” which she wrote nearly a decade go with her group Thriii.
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Williams has not only posted on Instagram throughout the day about the protests in Atlanta and around the country, but took to the streets of downtown Friday.
"We stand together," wrote the granddaughter of civil rights leader Hosea Williams on a post May 29.