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J-Jon - C.O.P ( Criminals Of Permission ) | Pac Nam

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want to download ? FREE DOWNLOAD https://soundcloud.com/j-jon J-Jon, a Brooklyn based rapper has released a music video that is going viral. The song “C.O.P: Criminals Of Permission,” is a rant about police violence. The video features footage of police committing heinous crimes against people. In his lyrics the young rapper speaks of the several high-profile people who have been killed by the police over the last few months. Delivered in a way that captures the rage that has been felt over the past months towards police violence (and probably your whole life of you happen to not be white or you are poor), this song exemplifies the anger of a racist and classicist police state we live in. “In Long Island they choked that poor man to death. In Missouri Mike Brown caught one in the head. Coupla days later they shot another n#gga 9 times and had the audacity to cuff him after he was dead. All that blood spilled all those tears shed. All these young unfinished lives ended. If I committed murder I’d get 25 to life but of a cop commits murder he only gets suspended.” #2 17 Year Old Boy Makes A Song About Police Brutality. One Week Later He Goes Missing And Found Dead On Side Walk A 17 Year old boy Made a Song Called C.O.P (Criminals With Permission) And It Went Viral All Over Social Media The Same Day. Later That Week The Boy Went Missing After School And Was Found Dead The Next Morning On The Side Walk Miles From Were He Lived. At The Very Last Seconds Of His Song He Says "You'll Probably Find Me And Kill Me With Permission. The Police Still Have Not Released Any Additional Info At This Time. Please as always feel free to share,comment,like and subscribe. About PacNamEntertainment: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/PacNamEntertainment Twitter - https://twitter.com/PacNamEntertainment No copyright infringement is intended. _ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.