Snoop Dogg and The Game led a peaceful protest against police brutality and spoke with the police chief at a press conference in Los Angeles Today

Today after the recent killings by police of Alton Sterling and Philandro Castile, one which was caught on camera and the second shooting had it’s aftermath streamed live on Facebook has caused major outrage in America about police brutality and deadly use of force used by its officers, and is said to have inspired a gunman in Dallas to shoot ten officers killing five of them inspired The Game, and Snoop Dogg to stage a peaceful protest this morning outside of LAPD headquarters, where they were holding their graduation ceromony for its latest batch of cadets that will be on the field starting sunday. Outside during the protest Snoop Dogg talked to reporters and said the situation in Dallas was a lot of built of frustrations and how you cannot answer hate with hate. Both Snoop Dogg and The Game both said they had no idea they were going to be protesting outside of the Police Acadamy graduation. The protest was very peaceful and no arrest were made. Snoop Dogg and The Game ended up having a press confrence with Los Angeles Mayor Erik Garcetti and Police Chief Charlie Beck. During the press confrence Snoop Dogg spoke about the need for a dialog to start happening between LAPD officer and people in the community. Snoop Dogg expressed how the peaceful protest outside the graduation was a good start for members of the community to start a dialog with new police recruits. Both Snoop Dogg and The Game expressed how important it is for all of us to unify because we are are aall in this together and all lives matter. During the press confrence Snoop Dogg expressed how during a police stop you are either a police conversation away from going to jail or a conversation away from going home but the conversation is what is key. The Game spoke about people needing to get past racial boundrys and need to accept and love every one because we all are angels in the city of Los Angeles. The unity message by both rappers has been well received across social media and hopefully todays events lead to a more open dialog with resident in Los Angeles and the LAPD and lead to changes with how the members in our community interact with law enforcement