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After consuming a sickening amount of “black death porn”—that is, black folks being killed by police on video—one could deduce that it is a precarious situation whenever an African American gets pulled over by police—regardless of social standing, celebrity, or the size of his or her bank account.

Grammy-winning artist Chance the Rapper, being black and in America (Chicago, to be specific), knows this and, so, decided to livestream to his 7 million followers his stop by Chicago police on Sunday, while he and his daughter’s mother were driving home from church.

The video, which was livestreamed on Instagram, shows Chance; Kirsten Corley, who was driving; and his baby in the back seat.

Corley is first heard saying, “We have no records.”

Chance replies, “We have no record, no burners, my baby … she’s knocked out.”

Chance then says, “Shoutout to World Star, who’s just tuning in, cause y’all can definitely help me if it goes sideways.”

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He continues, “Big faith in the men and women who wear the uniform, but policing as a system is disproportionately racist and oppressive.”

An officer appears to give Corley a warning, and Chance and Corley thank the officer.

“See? I knew he was a good dude,” Chance says.

“I don’t have any problem with the men and women that are brave enough to put on the badge,” Chance adds. “But as a system, policing is racist and oppressive.”

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And, far too often, deadly.