Our Own Way: Music Video for Syrian Refugees in Amman Jordan
This obvious corruption must yield. Cases of corruption have not surfaced recently in such prior frequency not because it has dissipated into oblivion, but because the normal Jordanian people are becoming inured -rather than courageously protesting and reporting- into becoming accustomed to it as a norm for Jordanian society. They are additionally afraid to suffer the doctrinaire government’s price for standing against corruption.
In consequence, human victims I have interviewed and aided for 6 continuous years ultimately suffer in unthinkable anguish while I witness corrupt Jordanian officials’ children living like Param Sharma of Instagram’s “ItsLavishBitch” , speeding through streets in their parents’ lamborghinis, in a version of Amman Drift , while pathetically whistling at young women.VOMIT!
The following music video was produced/directed by Collective Consciousness productions and stars rappers Taiyo “Siraj” Davis, Ahmed Habjoqa, Ali and entails authentic stories from the …
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