Today, we see black people (and white traitors) marching across the nation in protesting the shooting deaths of black thugs Philando Castile and Alton Sterling by police.
Time and truth will absolve the white police officers of any guilt in their deaths.
But the same can't be said about the black people involved in the death of Lor Scoota or his manager in Baltimore.
His manager, you ask?
Yep. [Lor Scoota's manager killed near Baltimore's Druid Hill Park, Baltimore Sun, July 7, 2016]:
Violence has again staggered Baltimore's rap community and even as fans still mourn the killing last month of popular rapper "Lor Scoota."
The rapper's manager, Trayvon "Truz" Lee, was gunned down Wednesday evening outside his home near Druid Hill Park in Northwest Baltimore, police said.
A respected manager, the 24-year-old Lee was the second victim in two weeks among the group Young Ballers Shinning, a rap crew beloved by Baltimore youth, who write "YBS" on their notebooks and wear the initials on their T-shirts.
"Once Scoota dropped, you knew something was going to happen, but this? I don't think anybody thought," said Levardis "Lil Black" McLaughlin, a 92Q radio personality.
Lee's death comes after Tyriece Watson, better known as Lor Scoota, was killed June 25 while leaving a peace rally in East Baltimore.
Police haven't named suspects in either shooting.
"The obvious question that everyone wants to know is, are these two incidents related? Of course, that's something we're looking into. But we do not have the answer," said T.J. Smith, a Baltimore police spokesman. "This is the back-and-forth violence that we talk about often, when a violent act occurs and somebody from one crew goes after another crew.
"It's literally a tennis match of violence," Smith said.
Wednesday evening, Lee was shot multiple times in his upper body outside his home on the 2300 block of Anoka Ave. Officers responded about 7:45 p.m. and he was taken to the hospital, where he died, police said.
He was also a father. His family declined to comment Thursday afternoon.
"We're dealing with another young man who was taken away from his family, Smith said.
On the radio, DJs offered condolences to his family Thursday afternoon.
"We follow and idolize our own," said McLaughlin at 92Q. "YBS and them, they got real ties with industry artists because they have real music."
Popular dirt bike rider Chino Braxton, 19, posted a photo of himself and Lee on Instagram Thursday morning with a long caption mourning his death and praising his efforts as a father.
"I went through so much this year it's crazy," Braxton wrote. "I was shot in my head 2times ... then we lose ya artist @scootaupnext ... Then a week later we lost you."
Braxton said Lee was his brother in social media posts and in a recent interview with The Sun. He pledged to take care of Lee's son and family.
"The city I did so much for an put it all behind had betrayed me bro," Braxton wrote. "They took you."
Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill shared Braxton's post and added, "I been seeing so much death lately it's a shame!"
Baltimore rapper Tate Kobang called the violence in Baltimore crazy in a Facebook video. "I'm worried for not only my city, my people."
In February, Braxton was shot on the same block as Lee.
"My lil sister was standing in the door when I got shot in my head," he tweeted Thursday. "She was standing in the door when her other brother loss his life."If you can't laugh, you'll never get the joke.