After the murder of Coke Boyz rapper Chinx hit the Internet, his fans, family and friends mourned the up-and-coming artist with posts on social media and vigils in their local cities.  But, underneath the sadness, many realized that his murder represents a national problem in hoods across the country– once you make it, you can’t go back.  It shouldn’t be that way, so what do we need to change?

Ebro addressed this and more on “EBRO in the AM.” Watch, here.

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