The March For Our Lives in Washington went down yesterday, with tens of thousands of students rallying in support of stricter laws regarding gun ownership.
Rappers like Common, Vic Mensa, Kanye West and even Snoop Dogg rallied in support of the idea.
However, two well-known rap stars took an opposite stance as the marches took place.
Run The Jewels group member Killer Mike dropped a PSA with the NRA supporting gun ownership.
In fact, in a segment titled "The March to Less Freedom," Killer Mike told NRA TV that he actually made his daughter undergo firearms training, after a 2017 shooting at Savannah State University, where she is a student.
“We are a gun-owning family. We are a family where my sister farms,” Killer Mike said. “We are a family where we'll fish, we'll hunt, but we are not a family that jumps on every single thing an ally of ours does because some stuff we just do not agree with.”
DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia echoed Killer Mike's concerns, however, Paul seemed more ready for the apocalypse than another school shooting.
The Oscar Award winning artist referenced an old episode of 20/20 which aired in 2007.
In the segment, a guest predicted America would run out of money for homeland security within 20 years.
"They just need to be more safer in who they giving these motherf##kers too," DJ Paul said. "But we need assault rifles, cause it's some s##t about to go down here. They better keep them f##king assault rifles out here cause it's all we gonna have to use to protect ourselves from them other f##king countries."
Like DJ Paul, Killer Mike also envisioned a bad future for the United States and African Americans in particular, if stricter rules are placed upon the Second Amendment, which gives Americans the Constitutional right to bear arms.
“You're gonna progress us into slavery. People say slavery can't exist. Slavery does exist now,” Killer Mike predicted. “Slavery exists, according to the 13th Amendment. The same people who are telling you we need to abolish the Second Amendment, they ain't there for the documentary '13th.' They aren't there to march to end that.”
Meanwhile, students at the March For Our Lives had a message for the NRA and their supporters.