Run The Jewels' El-P responds after Killer Mike defends gun ownership

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"I am so humbled to be your friend, brother & group member". He said that the only point of his initial interview was to contribute to "African-American gun ownership". "You're a lackey of the progressive movement, because you've never disagreed with the people who tell you what to do".

Yesterday, the Atlanta rapper/activist issued an apology to the kids who participated in the march, saying that he's always been an activist and an organizer, and supports young people who who take the initiative to stand up for their rights.

"I'm sorry, guys", Bender continued.

Mike, a longtime advocate of black gun ownership, has since apologized for the way that the NRA timed the release of that interview, using it against this weekend's March For Our Lives protests. "That interview was used a week later by NRATV to disparage a very noble campaign that I actually support", he explained. "Because from where I'm standing, it looks like a march to burn the Constitution and rewrite the parts you don't like in crayon", he said before introducing his talk with the rapper. That org used my words to Black America to inflame organizers of this worthy march but i ain't their rep.

"I, being a former youth organizer, now an activist and organizer, respect their leadership, so I wanna say first, I'm sorry guys".

He added, "I'm sorry that NRATV did that".

"Plot, plan, strategize, organize, and mobilize".

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In the interview with NRA TV, Killer Mike spoke about the national school walkout that occurred last week.

"That simple", Bender told NRATV. In the interview, he defended the right to gun ownership.

But Bender later said that was a joke on Twitter, saying he wouldn't let his son go because "he is failing math". The artist said he was trying to complicate the public discussion and challenge some of its assumptions, not criticize the youth-led march.

In the immediate aftermath of the massacre, which took place on February 14, the NRA paused all digital advertising for a total of four days.

It's also a meaningful number to the NRA itself, as it has repeatedly encouraged its supporters to not only follow the official NRA account, but also its allies on both Twitter and Facebook.

He said in response: "They didn't want to be known they wanted to be kids".

It said the marches were supported by "gun-hating billionaires and Hollywood elites" who are exploiting children as part of a plan to destroy U.S. citizens' rights to own guns. "In all honesty, he helped me get back in touch with a hope for and a love of the human race that I had let drift out of frustration bordering on apathy". "I love and respect you all".