Killer Mike apologises to March For Our Lives organisers

Pauline Obrien
March 27, 2018

He said the interview took place a week ago, and was disappointed that the NRA chose to run the interview on the same day as the rally.

"That interview was filmed a week earlier to disparage a very noble campaign which I actually support", he said.

The interview was shared at a time meant to "disparage a very noble campaign", he says.

Killer Mike has since apologised, saying, "Sorry my interview about "black gun owners" was used in the wrong way but, hey it's people having far worse days. It's possible to do both".

According to Killer Mike, his interview by NRA personality Colion Noir was recorded over a week ago. "I love and respect you all".

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Killer Mike's recent interview about gun ownership on NRA TV sparked a wave of debate on social media over the weekend.

In the video, Killer Mike, real name Michael Render, criticizes those, advocating for better gun control in America.

Killer Mike, who's long spoken out in favour of guns, describes himself as "very pro-second amendment" - the right to own guns written in the US Constitution.

Mike said he did the interview to talk about the nuances regarding gun ownership for black people and gun ownership for others.

John Oliver recently dedicated a lengthy segment to NRATV, framing the network as being primarily for the advertising of guns and, obviously, the support of viewpoints that encourage gun ownership.

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After praising the students of Parkland, Fla. and the students who participated in the 2018 March for Our Lives, El-P praised Killer Mike as a good person, who he would never turn his back on just due to their differences.

"We are a gun-owning family, we are a family where my sister farms, we are a family where we'll fish and hunt, but we are not a family that jumps on every single thing that an ally of ours does because some stuff we just don't agree with". "You can't continue to be the lackey".

In the same video, Noir, who is African-American, made some freaky claims about race and gun rights.

Mike quote-tweeted El-P's comments, adding: "I am so humbled to be your friend, brother & group member..."

- Britni Danielle (@BritniDWrites) March 24, 2018The NRA has already shown how they feel about Black people in their response to Philando Castile's murder. The NRA video, he said, should have never been used in a context with with March for Our Lives.

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