‘I'm Not Racist' video confronts race relations head-on

A new music video released by rapper Joyner Lucas is making headlines. The "I’m Not Racist" video showcases a heated debate about race relations between a white man and a black man. By the end, the white man takes off his hat and pleads for peace between the two with a hug.

The rapper's intentions were to encourage positivity, but fans say the ending is unrealistic to today's society. The end of the video reads, "We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us, and wealth classified us."

Did the rapper explain racism? On the Factor to discuss is rapper Willie D of the Geto Boys and Ken Webster Jr. host of the Pursuit of Happiness Radio on KPRC 950 AM.