Killer Mike Says His NRA Interview Was 'Used as a Weapon'

Hugh Fox
March 27, 2018

"I respect their leadership".

Backlash rolled in on Twitter, much of it directed at Killer Mike. In the interview, he defended the right to gun ownership.

The big difference between past examples of influencers standing up to brands and Mike's apology for his NRA interview, though, has to do with the context surrounding the interview.

He said that he actively discouraged his children from taking part in National Walkout Day, which saw students organize mass walkouts of schools across the country in the protest of gun violence.

In the NRATV video, Kevin Dixie, who runs No Other Choice Firearms Training in St. Louis, emphasized the importance of black people living in high-crime neighborhoods being able to defend themselves.

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It is a exhausted strawman argument. We are a family where my sister farms. I want to say first I'm sorry guys.

Et tu, Killer Mike? "I think it was blown out of proportion mostly by people who didn't even bother to watch the interview". However, they will provide her with a gun and proper training on how to use it.

Killer Mike has also apologised, and said that his decision to sit for the NRA interview was motivated by Martin Luther King's reputation for engaging in debate with opponents. I would have expected nothing less from the NRA. But in real life, everyone don't get a trophy.

That's just absurd. NRA TV is not a news organiztion. Noir goes on to add that "no one can point this out better than Killer Mike".

Some 500,000 people attended the March For Our Lives rally in Washington DC on Saturday. "That was unfair to you and it was wrong, and it disparaged some very noble work you're doing". That org used my words to Black America to inflame organizers of this worthy march but i ain't their rep.

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It's disappointing and I still don't understand the end goal.

"I did an interview about black gun ownership in this era".

It's also disappointing that he apparently needs to take another look at Black Panther.

Time magazine put the issue front and centre of its latest issue, featuring survivors from the tragedy - in which 17 were killed - on its cover (above). "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer" doesn't cut it.

"Killer Mike the epitome of a smart dumb nigga", tweeted one fan.

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