A number of Hip-Hop heavyweights will head to Trenton, New Jersey in support of this weekend’s “Stop the Violence” rally.
Hip-Hop superstar Jay-Z will head to Trenton for the rally, after hearing the shocking story of a seven-year-old girl, who was gang raped in an apartment in the city on March 28th.
Russell Simmons is hosting the event, while the Rev. Al Sharpton and other community leaders are expected to join Jay-Z for the rally, which takes place on Saturday (April 10th) at 7:00 PM at The Lighthouse Outreach ministry.
In addition to Jay-Z and Russell Simmons, rappers Ludacris, Chuck D. and Trenton’s own Wise Intelligent of the Poor Righteous Teachers will deliver taped messages to attendees.
The rally is a reaction to the shocking news about the seven-year-old, who was assaulted by seven men, ranging in age from 13 to 20 years-old.
According to reports, the girl’s 15-year-old sister took an undisclosed amount of money and sold herself and her younger sister for sex during a party at the notorious Rowan Towers, where several men touched and raped the child.
Police have arrested five men believed to be involved with the crime and they seek two more rapists, who allegedly also forcibly penetrated the young girl.
Read the whole article at AllHipHop.com.
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