Baltimore Police Share Video Allegedly Showing Young Black Men Brandishing Guns In Homemade 'Music Video'


All is not well in Baltimore. And, as if that needed to be proven further, there's footage that shows it.

The Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police shared a disturbing video on social media Tuesday allegedly showing a group of young black men in Baltimore appearing to be filming a rap music video while waving guns, all in a city with some of the strictest gun laws in the nation.

“This was posted to social media just days before a recent murder in the same O'Donnell Heights neighborhood,” the FOP posted along with the video. “This is what our Cops are facing under the current administration. They can't even find a way to resolve the squeegee issue let alone this!”

“Don’t talk to the po-po, that’s a no-no or you will get shot down,” the men sing in the clip while waving an assortment of handguns, sometimes pointing them at the camera, as others walked around holding wads of $100 bills.

The Baltimore Sun reported that a 32-year-old man was shot to death in the O'Donnell Heights neighborhood Sunday, adding yet another death to the city's skyrocketing homicide rate.

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