Tiny Harris’ Husband, T.I. Has A Message For Police Officers
Tiny Harris’ hubby, rapper T.I. has a message for all the police officers. He’s obviously against police brutality, and his diehard fans already know that Tip has been fighting for his community’s rights since forever.
Check out the latest post that the rapper shared on his social media account.
‘We ALL Have a higher power to answer to one day… some of y’all asses in trouble‼️ My humble suggestion is for all police chiefs, mayors,& policemen to watch The Stanford Experiment… A TRUE STORy!!’ Tip captioned his post.
Someone said: ‘They all need to learn the law before they can enforce it. Lawyers go to school for 6 years to practice Law just so people can enroll in a 6-month academy course to enforce it…?#policereform.’
Another follower posted this message: ‘Yeh they set that guy up. Killed for NOT wanting to drive home drunk,’ and someone else said: ‘Man seriously tho! What the hell is the police thinking bro!’
Someone else wrote this: ‘Yo, so does this mean no more gangs ?? Cuz we can’t keep protesting kops killing ppl if everyone still killing each other over a street they don’t own ???’
A commenter believes that ‘The truth is that you have all the power. If you can change your mind, you can change your life. You don’t need any amount of money, connections or education. You just need to be in control of your mind. All you’re really doing is programming your mind. This is the secret so many people overlook in life. The key to success is overcoming your self-limiting beliefs and aligning yourself with the energy you want in life. You can be, do, and have anything.’
Another commenter said: ‘That’s why we all need to know our rights. And defend them in the face of adversity. #ByAnyMeansNeccesary.’
Someone else posted: ‘But they took an oath to serve and protect us but instead they’re killing us they need to make a law when they break the oath that’s another charge as well.’
It’s also worth noting that the other day, the rapper spoke in front of the crowd gathered to protest in Atlanta in the aftermath of another police killing of a black American man.