The Game, Tyga And DJ Mustard Join ‘Millions March’ Against Police Brutality


The Game, Tyga and DJ Mustard were among the 5,000 people that participated in a “Millions March for First Amendment Rights” yesterday (December 27) in L.A., a peaceful protest against the injustices of police brutality. The march was one of several marches held Saturday in major cities across the country.

The march started at Pan Pacific Park, and shut down traffic as participants held signs and chanted for those who have died and/or been harassed by police and a change in how African Americans are treated. The march was similar to the one in New York just a few weeks back where Hip Hop was also present, with Nas and Russell Simmons hitting the streets with thousands of protesters.

Check out photos and videos from #MillionsMarchLA below:


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