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Trae tha Truth calls slabs and swangas to come out Friday for Juneteenth ‘Ride for Justice’

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The streets of Houston will fill with slabs, swangas and other vehicles on Friday afternoon as Trae tha Truth holds a Juneteenth “Ride for Justice.”

In an Instagram post, the Houston rapper invited the community to honor all victims of police brutality. The event will start at 1:30 pm. at 900 Emancipation Avenue, directly across from BBVA Stadium and Warehouse Live.

“CALLING ALL SLABS This Friday 1:30 p.m., ” Trae wrote in the Instagram post.

“What we’re doing is the official ‘Say Their Name’ Peace Ride.” Trae the Truth said in Instagram post. “Just everybody who lost their life to police brutality, any type of excessive force, or any type of wrongdoing, man….everybody that you lost,  we lost, that the U.S. lost, all across the world. We’re standing up for them tomorrow. We’re riding through the town.”

Trae the Truth added that the ‘peaceful ride’ is in honor of George Floyd and all who have lost their lives because of racial injustice.

“Say their names, Say his name, George Floyd,” Trae the Truth said.


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