WorldStar takes a look at the Violent rap scene and culture in Chicago.
Worldstar should exploit the opportunity that it has to get into neighborhoods like in this documentary to tell the story of the people living in the streets. Instead of posting half the bullshit that they do. It was a lil rough on the editing but it was good and interesting none the less. Good job
This documentary was amazing. It is sad to see the struggle these kids and men go through. It makes me thank Jesus for where I am right now. They should show Obama this. This changed my perspective on what is real poverty. Having no family, no jobs, no free space and no hope. All I can say is well done.
insightful documentary…..sad to see the dissemination of Black People in the U.S…..babies dying out here on the daily….still we really need to wake up…..
Wow World Star really surprised me. They can be positive.
@damilola Obama is from Chicago, what’s showing him this gonna do?
@rasheed I know but I meant this documentary itself. I guess Obama can at least give these guys hope. Instead of all these billionares and actors sending their money to Africa and Haiti, why not send it to these communities. Build infrastructure and companies. There doing it in my area in Brooklyn and it’s ten times better now. These guys need hope, instead of calling them stupid or a waste of life, let them see that they have potential. Well done worldstar.
Guns are way too easy to get in black hoods. It is beyond fucked up that we sit around and let shit like this happen in our hoods right under our noses. The only way this shit is gonna change is from the inside out…meaning we gotta stop sitting around watching and get involved. We are our only hope.