R&B concert promoting “non-violence’ takes ironic turn when THIS happens backstage

Yeah these are the peace keeper leading our youth

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When one pictures a concert or event being held to spread a message of “non-violence,” the last thing that pops into your mind is a backstage brawl between the artists who are supposed to be delivering that message.

Unfortunately, that’s exactly what went down over the weekend in St. Louis during an R&B concert–called “State Of Emergency 2″– that was supposed to be all about finding non-violent ways to resolve conflicts.

The level of fail this concert reached is almost too high to calculate.

From Truth Revolt:

Proceeds from the show went to the “Put Down the Pistol” program which is supposed to encourage non-violence in inner-city communities.

TMZ has the exclusive video of August Alsina and his “crew” brawling with the show’s promoter, Loose Cannon Slim.

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