Killer Mike, who lately closed his Atlanta barbershop on account of security considerations attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic, is delaying re-opening the store after a close-by taking pictures broken the home windows. However, within the social media publish saying the delay, he clarified that the store was not the goal of the taking pictures, blaming it on “Black men who could not shoot for sh*t.” He additionally acknowledged he wasn’t upset, however not directly admonished the perpetrators to consider the results of their actions.
“Last night at 1am (non biz hours) while I was in the booth I got a call ‘Mike the OG Store windows were shot out,’” he defined. “It was not a personal attack but it was black men who cud not shoot for shit shooting at one another. I am not upset as property can be replaced. I am sorry to my customers as this will continue pause the re launch of the OG SWAG Shop barber Shop & store. I wanna say to the brothers tho: Please consider what would have happened if one of y’all actually hit one another. The jail, the lawyer fees, the funeral cost and two black families loss. I’m glad y’all cud not hit the side of a barn with a shot gun cuz this am y’all all are alive.”
Mike lately appeared on ESPN to speak in regards to the significance of ownership and financial responsibility, explaining how seeds planted by prior generations of his household allowed him the financial freedom to broaden the household’s wealth. He additionally lately launched his Greenwood digital banking platform to assist in giving different Black folks entry to the identical wealth-building instruments and expanded his enterprise pursuits into the world of cannabis alongside his Run The Jewels accomplice El-P.