G-Unit Puts Spotlight On Police Brutality In 'Ahhh Shit' Video

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Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson (center) with G-Unit during Paramount Pictures' "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" Los Angeles Premiere - Red Carpet at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, United States.

"Put your hands up, you still getting shot," 50 Cent raps on G-Unit's new song, "Ahhh Shit."

The crew's new song, released late Monday, Aug. 25, features Young Buck, 50 and Kidd Kidd rapping, candidly, about racism and police brutality.
After flashing a Rated R warning, the video opens with footage of Eric Garner, a Staten Island black man who died of a heart attack while being put in a chokehold by the NYPD.

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The video continues to show footage of police beatings and injustice including Garner and Michael Brown, an 18-year old unarmed black man who was shot by Ferguson, Miss. police.

"Ahh Shit" is featured on the G-Unit's six-song album, The Beauty of Independence, which dropped early Monday, Aug. 25, without any notice.