Leave it to a liberal to produce a Big Brother anti-police video.
Not only does Usher’s new music video, “Chains,” push the oft-debunked narrative that black males are being hunted by white people and police, it takes big brother to the next level.
In order to watch the video, viewers must turn on their webcams for eyeball recognition and, if they happen to look away from the screen, the video pauses until they look back.
The video can only be watched on Google Chrome or Firefox browsers when the webcam is turned on.
“The reality is that racial bigotry diminishes the lives of too many people in our country,” Usher told Rap-Up. “We have to come together as a country to solve these problems and this is one way I can contribute.”
The video forces users to keep their eyes glued to the screen “because it is important not only to feel the issue but to face it,” the Grammy-winning singer said.
“The pain and suffering that these victims and their families have endured is something we must never forget. When we look away from this problem it gets worse. To fix it, we have to face it, ” he added.
To watch the video, and have it watch you back, click here.
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