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Hip-Hop's Elite Share Solutions To Gun Violence On The 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards Green Carpet





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Published on Oct 15, 2013

The No Guns Allowed campaign hit the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards Green Carpet to ask celebrities and entertainers about common sense solutions to gun violence. From Nelly to Angela Yee, to up and coming star Rich Homie Quan, hip-hop's best and brightest gave valuable insights on how to stop gun violence. Although their answers varied, this video shows that the hip-hop community does care about ending gun violence. Shouts out the host of the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards, Uncle Snoop for inspiring the movement. The artists featured in this video include, Nelly, Lil Scrappy, Angela Yee, Rich Homie Quan, BET Boss Stephen Hill and Uncle Snoop, and more. With special appearances by Rick Ross, Eve, 2 Chainz Future, Chuck Creekmur from, Stalley, Charlie Baltimore, Big Tigga and many more.

To learn more about the No Guns Allowed movement go to or text "PEACE" to 69866. Music: Ray Nitti "Lights Down Low" produced by Bizness Boi

Check out these other solutions:

Uncle Snoop's solution:
Nelly's solution:
Rich Homie Quan's solution:
BET Executive Stephen Hill's solution:
Lil Scrappy's solution:
Big Tigger's solution:
Comedian Alex Thomas solution:
Breakfast Club's Angela Yee solution:
MMG's Stalley's solution:


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