Talib Kweli discusses gun culture, Hip Hop

Hip hop star Talib Kweli discusses the complexities of discussing race, guns and gun control in a recent interview with Spotify.

“I’m anti-violent and I’m anti-gun. I don’t own a gun. I don’t live a life that requires me to have a gun,” Kweli said.

“I can’t say that’s for everybody. I can’t speak on everybody’s situation. So while I am a proponent of not having guns, I think that there’s a bottom line or a reality that we can all agree on about the safety precautions. American culture is built on the gun,” he said.

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