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Killer Mike: I Fight For the KKK March as Much as I Fight for Puerto Rican Day

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Killer Mike has become one of hip-hop’s most prominent political speakers in recent memory with his aid in the Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign. At times, he tends to overlook certain news topics since “there’s bigger sh** to worry about than how Trump feels about the KKK.” Telling DJ Vlad he doesn’t think about Donald Trump whatsoever, Killer Mike simply explained there’s “parts of the stage show that I refuse to pay attention to – that’s one of them.”

Moving on, Killer Mike – born Michael Render – shared his personal experiences with police brutality, and how he realized “the trap” wasn’t for him after getting assaulted by the Atlanta Police Department’s now-disbanded Red Dog unit. “Selling drugs is not somebody sitting in a bando with cocaine and f**king guns,” Killer Mike made clear. According to him, young men who sell drugs today are “being used for cheap labor,” and at best make upwards of $200 a week. “The trap is literally dead,” he added while discussing the origin of the term.

Killer Mike also revealed he believes in the right of the KKK, among other things. “Now I also believe if you try to interfere with my right, I have a right to kill you. Dead. That’s simply it,” he offered while nodding his head. “What’s dangerous to me is not a racist wearing Air Jordans and a white robe. What’s scary to me is racists who secretly hide their racism behind laws and policies and wear black robes.”

Hear Killer Mike’s thoughts about the crack epidemic and more above.

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