Snoop Dogg, Jhené Aiko & Others Featured In Anti-Gun Violence Public Service Announcement

In a newly published anti-gun violence public service announcement, Snoop Dogg and a handful of other entertainers including Jhené Aiko and Aloe Blacc, came forward to declare that they want individuals with 401K plans to divest from the gun industry.

The campaign partnership formed between Unload Your 401K and the No Guns Allowed anti-gun violence movement is titled “#I’mUnloading“.

In the public service announcement footage, Snoop Dogg shares how he has been affected by gun violence over the years.

“How I’ve been affected by gun violence over the years is through deaths of friends and family members and associates,”” the Long Beach, California rapper said.

Jhene Aiko also shared how she was once affected by guns stating, “When I was five years old, I was held at gunpoint in a home invasion.”

Check out the public service announcement video below.

For more information about the movement, visit UnloadYour401K.com.