(AllHipHop News) After people began using the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter on social media to bring awareness to police brutality and racial injustice, critics of the movement began using the hashtag #AllLivesMatter.
Over the last several years, many celebrities have weighed in on the Black Lives Matter versus All Lives Matter discussion.
DJ Smallz caught up with Grand Hustle's Young Dro to ask him where he stands on the subject.
"Black Lives Matter. For he who loves the world is not a friend of God. All lives are not good lives," stated Dro. "I wish I would love everybody. Somebody finna f-cking kill me...."
He continued, "I can't love everybody. You can't do that. That's the key to failure."
The "We In Da City" rapper also talked about racial profiling, suggesting sometimes African-Americans' actions lead to certain responses from law enforcement.
"I don't want nobody to think that we ain't out here doing some bullsh-t like the police just killing us. We killing each other," said Dro. "That's why I say all lives don't matter. Some of these people [are] heartless. I can't care for you."