Georgia-origin rapper Tauheed Epps known as 2 Chainz is ready to teach everything to his son if he faces police brutality amid the ongoing protests in Wisconsin.
Following the police shot several times unarmed black man Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the protests have been continuing in the city. Many celebrities and artist raise their voices against injustice, polis brutality, and racism.
The rapper took to Instagram to show his reaction against police brutality and told a story he experienced when he was young. He shared the photos of himself with his son, Halo Epps, showing their beautiful poses.
The 42-year-old rapper said that his father had never taught him what to do when he pulled over by the cops. However, he said that he tried to teach what his son should do when he sees the police.
Here’s what 2 Chainz said:
“My pop ain’t have no conversation with me on what to do when I get pulled over by the police. However, I saw him get beat with a flashlight by an officer! In any situation instincts are going to kick in, I try to teach my Lil one to be in tune with his instincts and not move based off emotion, son I LOVE YOU, and I will kill and die for you !”
As we all know, people have been flocking to the streets to protest against inequality and injustice because of police violence and racism. Many famous names support the protests and raise their voices using their large social media platforms. One of them is 2 Chainz.
The rapper always raises his voice against police brutality and racism, showing his support for the ongoing protests, raising awareness. He proved it with his latest post once again.
See the Instagram post below.