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Rapper The Game’s Portland Concert Cut Short by Gunfire

Compton, California rapper The Game was reportedly onstage performing Thursday night at the Roseland Theater in downtown Portland when a brawl broke out, followed by gunfire, forcing the evacuation of the venue.

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Celebrities Trash Police in ‘Where is the Love?’ Music Video Calling for Peace

Pop group The Black Eyed Peas reunited to launch a remix to their chart-topping 2003 peace anthem,”Where Is the Love?” this week, enlisting plenty of star power for the music video — but some of the artists included appeared to explicitly place blame on police officers for targeting people, even though the song is meant as a call to unity.

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Black Celebrities Meet to Discuss Solutions to Racial Issues

Advancing his efforts to build bonds between community and law enforcement, California rapper The Game convened a secret meeting this week attended by more than 100 black celebrities, activists and the mayor of Compton, Aja Brown.

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Snoop Dogg to L.A. Police: ‘We Are Here to Show Love and Support’ at March for Peace

Long Beach, California-based rapper Snoop Dogg held a press conference Friday with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck outside the Los Angeles Police Department’s headquarters, where the Grammy-nominated artist said, “We are here to show love and support to the Los Angeles Police Department.”