Big Zuu shows respect to victims of #GrenfellTower fire

On the 14th June 2017, a fire occurs at a 24-storey block of public housing flats (despite the 10M investment that was supposedly put towards these flats) in North Kensington, London, known as Grenfell Tower. The cause of the fire is not yet known, despite the conspiracies behind it ‘not being an accident’, Peaky Saku, a resident from the building has said.

30 have been confirmed dead, with more than 70 people still declared missing and fears of them being dead remains. Following the fire, people across the UK have created drop-off points, where they are accepting anything for the survivors of the fire as they have lost homes that had belongings and food. People have come together and given up clothes, money, food and more!

As well as a protest that happened on Downing Street, Big Zuu pays a mind-blowing tribute, relating to the traumatic event that has taken place. Personally, this is the type of music that I highly support – not only because of his undeniable flow but also because he speaks about truth throughout this piece. Big Zuu expresses and talks about things that others are afraid to talk about. Honestly, I think that this is one that everyone must plug earphones to and deep every single lyric. there is a lot of powerful meanings and messages that must be understood throughout.

I would like to take this opportunity to ask everyone to donate anything they have through this link. Let’s make the change and BE the change.

Peace and Love to all, protect yourselves and look our for your loved ones. This life is too short.

RIP to all those that died in this fire as well as those that have lost loved ones.