The NYPD Just Shut These NY Drill Rappers Down Before Rolling Loud

Sha Ek, 22Gz, and Ron Suno were removed from the Rolling Loud line-up at the request of the NYPD.

The NYPD struck down on the city’s drill scene ahead of Rolling Loud weekend. According to The New York Times, three rappers from New York’s drill scene, including Ron Suno, 22Gz, and Sha Ek were removed from the line-up at the request of the New York Police Department, a day before Rolling Loud New York kicked off.New York’s drill scene, while prosperous, has faced similar setbacks in previous editions of Rolling Loud. In 2019, the NYPD issued a statement to organizers with the request of removing five artists, including Casanova, Sheff G, Pop Smoke, and 22Gz. The department’s assistant chief suggested these rappers, in particular, would create a “higher risk of violence,” if they took the stage. Unfortunately, RL founder Tariq Cherif was cornered into complying with authorities since it would’ve jeopardized the opportunities for Rolling Loud to return to the Big Apple.

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