(AllHipHop News) Atlanta rapper Killer Mike has been one of the most outspoken Hip Hop figures about the killing of teenager Micheal Brown at the hands of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. The Run The Jewels member appeared on CNN in August to discuss the shooting, but after prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced Wilson will not be charged in the death of Brown, Mike once again spoke about the Ferguson situation live in concert last night.
"We usually come on to Queens' 'Champion', but I gotta tell you today that no matter how much we do it, no matter how much we get s**t together, s**t comes along that kicks you on your ass, and you don't feel like a champion," Mike told the crowd. "Tonight I got kicked on my ass when I listened to that prosecutor. You motherf**kers got me today. I knew it was coming. I knew when [U.S. Attorney General] Eric Holder decided to resign it wasn't going to be good."
Mike's voice began to crack as he talked about being fearful for his 20-year-old and 12-year-old sons. He goes on to add it's no longer time to play the "race card." For Mike, the real societal issues that need to be addressed are poverty and the military-industrial complex or what he refers to as the "war machine."
"There's one thing I want you to know. It's us against the motherf**king machine," expressed Killer Mike.
Watch Killer Mike speak on officer Wilson not being indicted below.