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Full song @ https://youtube.com/Tehondi & will be on all major music platforms within a week ❤. Here are my more detailed thoughts on the issue :: The question of "What are we supposed to do when the law makes us victims and refuses to put our killers in prison?" is insanely difficult to answer. If you respond to the injustice in an aggressive way, it could unintentionally fuel the police vs people war or even get you jailed/killed. But if you stay silent and do nothing, you’re basically supporting the injustice that is constantly happening to innocent people. I would say the key would be to do something in the middle of those two, but does that really work? No matter how much the people voice their frustrations over the injustices that has happened (Which we have endlessly), they never change anything. So what do you do? I ask myself this a lot and honestly I cannot find the answer yet. You can hear my sadness and frustrations over not being able to on the song and ultimately the song is used to bring that question to a bigger audience. I don't know what we should do, I just know I don't want to do nothing. But I also don’t want to do something that will only feed into the cycle and make it worse. It’s very easy to do that unfortunately. This song sheds a light onto the corrupted loophole in the justice system. If the people making the decisions are corrupt, what measures are there for people themselves to take action instead? There is none (as far as I know). I don’t generalize all cops as evil. I never will. Police play a key role in our society and we obviously need them… but that doesn’t mean they should have the ability to abuse their power and not get punished for it. That’s not okay. When it comes to this issue, I feel powerless, not because I don’t actually have power, but because I don’t know where or how to effectively use it.