Vic Mensa shares politically charged video for '3 Years Sober'

July 27, 2019

Vic Mensa has released a new video for the track 'The '3 Years Sober' from his punk-infused project 93punx. The video is an all-out attack on homophobia, trans-phobia, racism, and women rights violations. Also, the song features punk rock drummer Travis Barker.

On his Twitter, Mensa shared: "The '3 Years Sober' video is a statement about identity. I put on a confederate flag dress to be able to laugh at a symbol of hate and played tug of war with Mike Pence over birth control. I had my face written on to get ahead of everything I know people will say about me and had a diner full of BBQ Becky’s call the police on me for using the women’s bathroom. I know some in hip hop culture will see this and say ‘Vic’s gay' (which I’m not), whereas if I was white they’d just say 'he’s a rockstar.' @93punx is about being yourself, fuck what people think."

 

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