Together we stand ! @kinggoldchains @losangelesconfidential !!! LA ....

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Thousands of protestors showed up for the Millions March Los Angeles event this afternoon. And just like the Millions March New York City event that happened a few weeks ago, hip-hop was front and center. The Game, Tyga and DJ Mustard were among the multitude who shut down traffic marching against police brutality. The peaceful protest started at Pan Pacific Park and thousands of fed up citizens moved through the streets carrying signs, singing and chanting for justice .

Check out the photos and video footage The Game and DJ Mustard shared via their Instagram accounts, below.

We out here !!! #MillionsMarchLA

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#MillionsMarchLA #History

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Today we all stood up for justice .... LA !

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We are STRONG !!! #AllLivesMatter

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