That’s Not Trayvon Martin’s Dad In ‘This Is America’

The video, by Donald Glover’s rap alter ego Childish Gambino, quickly went viral with its themes of gun violence, race and the media.
‘This Is America’: The Childish Gambino video explained
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Cats out of the bag! Catch me in @childishgambino’s music video for his song “This Is America” (it’s a bit graphic, so don’t necessarily let your kids see it though 😬) Got the call from one of my agents while up at Coachella that they wanted me for the shoot on Sunday, drove down and got to be a part of history. πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎ #ThisIsAmerica #Childish Gambino #DonaldGlover #Atlanta #Music #Musicvideo #guns #gun

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Winbush told Revolt TV he was surprised to learn some people were mistaking him for Trayvon Martin’s father.
He said he didn’t see the resemblance and actually hoped the elder Martin doesn’t watch the video because of the gun violence displayed throughout.
“I don’t even know if Trayvon Martin’s dad can even watch stuff like that. I hope he doesn’t see it,” Winbush said. “He doesn’t need that kind of trauma.”


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