Katrina hip-hop video features Bush and Cheney
Local rapper Juvenile, who lost several friends and whose home was destroyed in Katrina, has released a VIDEO for Get Ya Hustle On filled with images of the destruction in his New Orleans neighborhood.
Dedicated to the victims of "Katrina's Rage," the storm may have passed but for thousands the struggle is just beginning, the video features three boys rooting through trash and donning their dumpstered Bush, Cheney and Nagin masks as they troll the desolate streets.
After initially calling for Red Cross donations Juvenile eventually put together a benefit concert he called RE-JUVE-NATION to help provide aid to his community...
Here's Juvenile's personal story:
I lost my house, almost everybody with me lost their homes, my family, all my people are in Atlanta, they got split up all over the country, some of my family got sent to canada, its real, its hurting, its going to hurt me for the next 10-15 years, its gonna hurt my people probably longer than that, just knowing we were taken away from our homes and have to change the way we live, new orleans is a home with like one big old person, you dont want to move'em, you dont move old people, you know what happens when you move old people?...they die. And thats whats happening.