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Is Police Brutality influenced by dress code? @NcPudgy w Sp Guest 619-638-8559

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Tonight we invite guest on the Kirp Radio Show to talk with host Pudgy Miller @NcPudgy to discuss the thoughts of Hiphop Producer, actor, and movie Scorer and Wu-Tang Clan Founder "RZA". The thoughts he shared with Bloomberg news is surrounding police brutality and ended up being about dress code. It seems there are a lot of Americans who have a conflict with what he said and a conflict with this interview. Join us with your thoughts as we ask you the same questions that we will be discussing... Does America have an issue with the way OTHER Americans dress? Does the clothes you wear project how you act? Join us 619-638-8559 on Kirpradioshow.com. 

Wu-Tang Clan's RZA Says - “All lives matter,” RZA repeated. He continued:

I love what the police do for our society, I love the idea of it, to serve and protect. Those who are upholding that idea, then they are beneficial to society. But those who lose that focus, whether they lose it through fear, through stress, or through not being properly trained—and they are allowed to go out on the streets—how can you enforce law if you don’t understand law? I tell my sons, I say, if you’re going somewhere, you don’t have to wear a hoodie–we live in New York, so a hoodie and all that is all good. But sometimes, you know, button up your shirt. Clean up. Look like a young man. You’re not a little kid, you know what I mean? I think that’s another big issue we gotta pay attention to. Is the image that we portray that could invoke a fear into a white officer, or any officer.

It’s a matter of image, he said—and in the other direction, too. “Now that there’s been so much police brutality, a lot of the young people are scared of the cops.”