Snoop Dogg And The Game Met Privately With The Mayor Of L.A. For This Powerful Reason

A productive step forward.

The Game and Snoop Dogg took to the streets today to conduct a peaceful march to the Los Angeles Police Department.


The Game posted a message this morning encouraging all Americans to join him and Snoop as they marched in the hopes of beginning a new dialogue with city authorities.

The movement is called "H.U.N.T." which stands for "Hate Us Not Today," according to Hot New Hip Hop. The rappers decided to organize the march after a violent week which saw two black men killed in Louisiana and Minnesota and five police officers killed in Dallas.

The Game said in his Instagram post that all participants had to be in the right state of mind to attend. He wrote, "There are many things that have to be done to rectify this situation that has plagued us for hundreds of years & UNIFICATION is the 1st step!!"

Along the way, The Game and Snoop Dogg uploaded videos showing their followers that peace and conversation are the only ways to resolve shared problems.

Once they arrived, they met with Mayor Eric Garcetti and Chief Of Police Charlie Beck. All parties agreed on a collective need for peace.

They later met in a private meeting to further discuss how we can move forward as a country.

This post has been updated.


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