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Nipsey Hussle is upset at the way he and his brother were treated during a Trayvon Martin rally held at Leimert Park in Los Angeles on Tuesday (July 16)
Cops monitoring the rally from a helicopter thought they saw the rapper with a gun. He was quickly surrounded by police, searched and handcuffed.
What upset Nipsey the most was the way police treated his handicapped brother.
"They pushed his face on the concrete. They dropped a knee in his spine then twisted his arm and cuffed him while he was not resisting," the rapper told TMZ.
Even though there were no weapons found police detained them on the scene for four hours.
"I think it was the result of hyper sensitive LAPD officers overreacting once again," Nipsey said. He added that he didn't think it was a case of racial profiling.