NYPD Probing Female Black Officer Who Rapped About 'War' On White Cops
NYPD investigators are looking into whether a black probationary cop crossed the line in 2016 when she made a racially-charged rap video — declaring "war against the white man on the beat."
The officer has tried her best to scrub the footage from social media, but at least one clip still remains on Instagram.
"It's the war against the white man on the beat — with his handguns, quick to pull out on a n-ga if he dare run," says Atisha "Nukstarr" Samuel, now a probationary cop serving the Midtown North Precinct, according to police sources.
"They say we gotta make America great again, we were never great, we were slaves and caged in," the 26-year-old adds, as images related to police violence flash across the screen.
"They see us like a gorilla in a jungle... So we gotta get it... A black ski mask and a black fitted... Got my crew and a couple hittas... My momma need bread so Imma go and get it."
Needless to say, Samuel's brothers in blue are a bit worried about where her loyalty lies.
"I don't feel safe," said one cop. "How can I trust she will have my back?"
Another officer added, "If a white cop said that about blacks he would be fired."