Dominic Fike shares his personal encounter with racist cops

Dominic Fike shares his personal encounter with racist cops
Dominic Fike was set to unload the primary single from his up and coming introduction collection this week at the same time, in light of everything that has occurred, he decided to defer his music and join the battle to end foundational prejudice and police brutality.

The 24-year-old chronicle craftsman composed a protracted post via web-based networking media, addressing his own involvement in the police and how, in view of a falsehood that an official made up about him, he cannot live unreservedly any longer. 
"Last week, I was supposed to put out the first song from my debut album. Instead, something much more important happened. People were forced to have a conversation that's been long overdue,"   "It doesn't feel right to release music today but it does feel right to continue this conversation." "I interfered and the cop made up a story to fit his actions. The judge thought I was better off with this shit on my record,""I'm lucky I could do music, since no one will ever hire me. I can't tour in the UK. I can't go to so many places, because of a decision this asshole made out of spite. None of these decisions were based on trying to help us, they wanted us to disappear." 

In the post, Fike talks about how he got arrested and his journey of eight months which he spent in prison. He says that he made it a point to not be an attacker with police, yet he despite everything got a lawful offense battery on law requirement charge in the wake of attempting to defuse a circumstance between the cops and his sibling.

In the location, Fike says that his dad was simply taken care of for a long time and that his family has consistently been focused by police. He additionally gets out his old neighborhood of Naples, Florida for burning through $200 million on police subsidizing regardless of having one of the most minimal crime percentages in the nation. Rather, he encourages them to utilize the cash on "wellbeing and mental hygiene."
 
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A post shared by Dominic Fike (@dominicfike) on Jun 8, 2020 at 10:23am PDT

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