RZA On The Truth About Police Brutality, Protest & Life On The Streets | The Beat With Ari Melber

RZA On The Truth About Police Brutality, Protest & Life On The Streets | The Beat With Ari Melber 1


Artist, philosopher and founding member of Wu-Tang Clan RZA opens up about his time on the streets and discusses why police brutality was “our truth every day” in this exclusive new episode of “Mavericks with Ari Melber.” Be sure to check out the full interview and other conversations with artists, musicians and cultural icons at msnbc.com/mavericks. Aired on 10/26/2020.
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Rza On The Truth About Police Brutality, Protest & Life On The Streets | The Beat With Ari Melber

28 Comments on "RZA On The Truth About Police Brutality, Protest & Life On The Streets | The Beat With Ari Melber"

  1. Wu-tang forever! Thank you RZA.

  2. dnc party spread covid19 with the lunar new year parades but shameless punish non-essential businesses, they let rioters loot while double own city employee pensions during lock downs 6 months straight for SF, WHO smear the idea of cancel holiday travels during early stage of pandemic

    dems wasted nov2019 and early jan2020 demanding impeachment too

  3. FOREVER 👐🏾. I’m putting my ten year old son on to this. Good lookin Ari.

  4. William H Music 2020 | October 26, 2020 at 6:16 PM | Reply

    I wonder what Carrot Top has to say? 🤔

  5. MSNBC treats rappers like geniuses lmao

  6. didn’t one of the Wu Tang guys castrate himself and jump out a window?🤣

  7. Decksterrortry | October 26, 2020 at 6:38 PM | Reply

    WuTang!! 🙌🏾

  8. #WuTang RZA is so articulate, love their music and love him. ❤️

  9. Rap is a reflection of the streets

  10. Damian Quintana | October 26, 2020 at 6:43 PM | Reply

    It is what it is. And it is the Trump Virus..

  11. delritmo la clave | October 26, 2020 at 6:51 PM | Reply


  12. BLM matters, all lives matter, the planet’s health matters, what you throw in the garbage matters, what you eat matters, what you say also matters (donald dump).
    Don’t get angry, yell, or stomp. VOTE! YES WE CAN! JOE BIDEN. Make it so blue, red’s purple.

  13. “Cash Rules Everything Around Me But It Cant Rule Me.” that is some sacred enlightened next level WUTANG right there, we been waitin decades for him to complete that chorus so perfectly and we didnt even know it!

  14. Police know no one is gonna stop them if they harass black people.
    And if they get caught, they know the Blue Code of Silence will protect them.
    That’s why if you’re a racist, you join the force.

  15. Dr.greenthumb Martinez | October 26, 2020 at 7:55 PM | Reply

    Saw this knew it was Ari. Breaking barriers in the media world. Let’s get wutang a news show nbc!!! a hoods perspective!!

  16. He grew up

  17. Wu-Tang Forever!!!!

  18. Whoa, that’s deep

  19. Respect ✊🏼

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