By Eric Paulsen, WWL
Confrontation shows how quickly conflicts in New Orleans can turn deadly
NEW ORLEANS — Kwame Gates, who goes by the rapper name K-Gates, has produced a documentary about violence in New Orleans, called “Murda Capital.” He is hoping to shed light on the problems facing this city and stop the cycle of murder and violent crime.
Even though he is a rapper, he believes the rap culture has had a strong influence on young people, glorifying drugs, money and violence.
He introduced us to Althea Phillips, whose four sons were all killed in gun violence. As we left her house, Gates introduced us to a couple of rappers who call themselves the 8-9 Boys.
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