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Music Video Causes Stir in Cambridge

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 CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Police are investigating a rap music video shot in Cambridge.  The video has got the attention of community leaders.  The video was brought WBOC's attention by county councilman Tom Bradshaw.

Tuesday we saw Cambridge police at the scene where part of the video was shot, seeking more information about the video. The video shows what appear to be drugs, and guns being waved at the camera.  We showed the video to local judge and pastor George Ames. "Violence seems to be everywhere.  Bullheadedness seems to be everywhere.  No one respects anybody's opinion, it's gotta be my way or no way, and that's just the time we are living in," said Pastor Ames.

Ames says the video is a product of that mentality.  He says while it is concerning to him, he doesn't believe this is a Cambridge problem.
"I wouldn't say it's just prevalent to Cambridge.  It's what you see all over these United States and the world, the videos that are coming out.  Speaking about hate and showing the guns, and all those kinds of things," said Ames.

But that doesn't mean people in Cambridge are any more at ease.  Jennifer Cannon owns a business in the building where scenes using a staircase was filmed.  Cannon says it surprised her when she first saw the video.

"The stairwell just grabbed my eye, I knew it was the stairwell to my building and it was just a little alarming," said Cannon.

WBOC reached out to Cambridge police for an on camera interview, they said they could not as the investigation in this case is ongoing.

The video can be found here, but contains explicit language and images that may be offensive to some viewers.
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