Pop Smoke’s Parents Delivers Strong Anti-Gun Violence PSA

7 on the Billboard chart and has since been certified Gold by the RIAA. One moment of anger creates a lifetime of pain and anguish for the loved ones left behind.”
Pop Smoke lost his life to gun violence at the young age of 20 years. It must stop.”

The director for Entertainers 4 Education Alliance/I WILL GRADUATE explained how Pop Smoke’s influence even after his death has been instrumental in driving change. in the week that he was killed. There is no going back after that trigger is pulled. “We needed to get our youth’s attention fast and saw Pop Smoke’s polarizing music, life and death as a catalyst for positive change,” said Tonya Lewis Taylor. Aubrey and Greg Jackson, the parents of the late New York rapper partnered with the Entertainers 4 Education Alliance/I WILL GRADUATE program to educate kids on the dangers of gun violence. The rapper earned his first Top 10 album in the U.S. Four suspects were later arrested in the case. More than ever, gun violence is an ever-relevant topic in America today as the epidemic has been sweeping the nation exponentially each calendar year. The rapper whose posthumous album topped the Billboard charts for multiple weeks in 2020 was gunned down in the Hollywood Hills home where he was staying last February. Meet The Woo 2 debuted at No. Twitter
Facebook Jackson says in the video. While Pop was young, he had grand plans for his promising career. In a video statement, Pop Smoke’s mother painted the reality of losing her son by outlining things she will never again be able to do with him. In July 2020, the rapper’s debut album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon debuted atop the chart. “Because of gun violence, I’ll never see my son run up the front of our steps, taking them two at a time,” Mrs. He won’t come into my room and muscle pose in the mirror. Investigators believe the fatal shots were fired during a home invasion but they also say the usual signs of a robbery were absent, according to NY Times. The film is scheduled to arrive in March. “We reached out to his parents who wanted to honor their son’s legacy by participating in the video,” she continued. After his untimely death, the rapper’s estate issued a statement announcing that they would continue to roll out the rapper’s music and other projects that he was working on. Pop Smoke’s parents are campaigning against gun violence. “He won’t ever take my hands again and dance with me. “We want the youth to considerably weigh the cost of their actions. It is quite unfortunate that the hip-hop community has lost so many artists this way in the last few years, and Pop Smoke is one such artist whose parents are trying to make a difference with his story. Earlier this week, the trailer for the movie “Boogie” which will feature Pop Smoke’s posthumous film debut was released. Gun violence destroys families.