Taju Shoaga, a member of the Zeta Psi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi has gone viral after his spoken word piece about police brutality was featured on WorldStarHipHop this week.
The young screenwriter/spoken word artist recently released a spoken word piece entitled, “Liberty and Justice” in response to the uncivil case rulings and police brutality in the United States. Within 24 hours, the video had already almost surpassed 20,000 views and been shared thousands of times.
We would like to congratulate the young Nupe on his work and encourage him to keep using his voice to push a change for equality in this country.
Watch his video and show him some love in the comment section below!
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