Kevin Gates Breaks Down His Gangster Resume For The Haters “PAY ATTENTION TO HOW I MOVE!”

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Kevin Gates addresses all the haters and trolls who question his gangster. Kevin Gates Breaks Down His Gangster Resume For The Haters “PAY ATTENTION TO HOW I MOVE!”. Kevin Gates is known for his top songs such as “The Prayer”, “Believe In Me”, “Great Example”, “Off The Meter”, “Showing; Up”, “Great Example”, “Click House”, “2 Phones”, “Really Really”, “I Don’t Get Tired (#IDGT)”, “Jam”, “Mud”, and also for his many features with artist like Lil Wayne, T.I., 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, Young Thug, Birdman, Yo Gotti, Trae Tha Truth, Starlito, Young Dolph, Rocko, Mistah F.A.B., Maino, Juicy J, Future, Pimp C, Rich Homie Quan, Plies, The Game, Slim Thug, MIgos Cam’ron, Nas, Maino, Boosie BadAZZ JIm Jones and many more. Kevin Gates new Album is Murder For Hire 2.

Cudgel Rouge rapper Kevin Gates has brought to Instagram with some solid words for police.

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In the video Gates addresses police ruthlessness, and says what might happen on the off chance that one of his youngsters was slaughtered for reasons unknown.

“B— – , your entire family ‘beyond words,” Gates says.

“Affront my child, slap him, touch him, scratch him whatever, your family ‘beyond words, ain’t no ifs, ands or buts.” Gates closes the video with a message of shared admiration. “Keep it G with me. That is all I inquire.”

Today’s video takes after Gates’ greatly discussed radio meeting in February where he clarified that he was not an aficionado of the “Dark Lives Matter” development. Or maybe, the two-time sentenced criminal uncovered that once he figured out how to regard police, everything changed. “When I address these people with deference, I’ve never had an issue since I’ve changed my ways,” said Gates.

Strain between the group and police are in Baton Rouge is without a doubt high. CBS News reports that three cops were killed and three others were injured today in the Louisiana capital. The shootings occurred not exactly a two weeks after white Baton Rouge police shot and slaughtered a 37-year-old dark man named Alton Sterling. The occurrence was catch on camera, and started national shock.

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