Over the weekend, Rhymefest shared a video taken inside a Chicago police precinct showing the difficulty he had attempting to report an armed robbery. The officers he spoke to were more concerned with the fact that he was filming than they were about the details of the crime, and Anthony Guglielmi, communications director for the Chicago Police Department, issued an apology, writing on Twitter, “Disappointing to say the least. On behalf of CPD, I apologize for how you were treated. We will be addressing this today."

Well, Rhyme is doing some addressing of his own with a new track titled "#copsNrobbers" featuring John The Author. On the track, he says that he can't tell who's who between the two groups, later rapping, "I’m the suspect, I’m the victim / Who just shot me? You just missed them." He goes on to illustrate some of what he encountered while trying to report the crime. "Cop looking at me not giving a fuck, stuffing cookies in her mouth playing Candy Crush / Lost my respect and the public’s trust / Why I really don’t talk to police that much," he raps.

The track is produced by S1, Epikh Pro, Damon Ranger and Xzibit, and Rhymefest's frustrations with both the members of his city and the police force tasked with protecting them is clear throughout. At the time of the incident, he tweeted, “To the young brother that put the gun to my head this morning & took my wallet. You don’t know how you just damaged your community...It’s 730am. you just put a gun in my face for $3 in my wallet. I defend you against police brutality, I work on your behalf you robbed me.” Portions of his conversation at the precinct can be heard at the track's start.

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