In the midst of the epidemic-like rise in gangs around the country, former Bad Boy artist Ma$e took a very unpopular, but public stance on gang culture among young Black males and its overall affect on their families and communities.
Ma$e, who came in the game under the moniker Murder Mase, left the Hip Hop industry after the shooting deaths of some of his close associates in Harlem and became a well-known man of the cloth in Atlanta. His approach in his post may not be religious, but it is definitely life saving.
See his IG post below.
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