Young M.A. helped de-escalate a situation between one of her fans and Atlanta police after she was pulled over for "blocking traffic."
Young M.A. is helping out in Atlanta, Georgia right now by doing what she can to fight for racial justice in America. Things have taken a serious turn in the country with protests taking place all weekend as property is destroyed and a message is sent. The people will not stand to be treated as second-rate humans anymore, standing united and voicing their concerns.
The Red Flu rapper was interacting with one of her fans, who pulled over on the side of the street to speak with her. When two police officers pulled her over for "stopping traffic" even though she had pulled to the side, Young M.A. got involved and shouted at the cops, getting a crowd to gather for fifteen minutes until the woman was let off with a warning.
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During the situation, one of the officers called for back-up, which brought two extra cops to the scene. M.A. didn't let up until her fan was allowed to leave with a verbal warning and nothing more, doing her part to help out.
"She came up to me showing love as a fan, bro," yelled the rapper as she cruised in her car following the altercation. "And them n***as pulled her over 'cause she was in the middle of traffic. And we all pulled up, five cars deep, all police. We don't want no smoke, we don't want no problems. But you not gon' do that to my fans, though."
She goes on to say that she doesn't mean to disrespect the officers who "didn't do the most" according to her, but she's proud that she was able to help de-escalate the situation.
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