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The Millions March Los Angeles protest event took place over the weekend, which was focused on the recent events nationwide concerning police brutality. Hip-Hop stars The Game, Tyga and DJ Mustard were among attendees at the march, with numbers estimated up to several thousand.

The Millions March started at 2 p.m. PT at Pan Pacific Park on Saturday (Dec. 27), where protesters gathered peacefully fashioning signs calling attention to the shootings from Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo. and the death of Eric Garner in New York. There were also chants for justice for 25-year-old Ezell Ford, who was shot and killed by police in August just days after Brown’s shooting.

The Game and Tyga both wore black shirts with the phrase “Are ((We)) Next?” in white lettering. DJ Mustard was flanked by the pair in one photo, shown wearing a black varsity-style jacket and baseball cap. In that shot, signs bearing the “#BlackLivesMatter” hashtag along with several marchers wearing shirts matching the phrase could be seen.

All three gentlemen posted several photos and videos of the march to their Instagram pages, and we’ve gathered a few to view on the following pages.

Salute to The Game, Tyga and DJ Mustard for getting involved with the Millions March Los Angeles protest.

[h/t Billboard]

Photo: Instagram

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