“Anyone hatin’ needs to take a chill pill, and take the time to get to know me if you will. I’m ill. I’m real. I arrest those who kill. I get more insane, I catch those who drug deal.”
The officer then raps about animosity towards police, much to the delight of the crowd.
“I 100 per cent agree in love and equality. I want everybody to feel free and feel like they can come to me without saying, ‘Ah, police don’t care.’ I wish it would stop. I would put my life on the line for you, black or not.”
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The organizers of the event said they host car meet-ups weekly and often hire paid-duty officers to help with security, but they never expected one of them to partake in the festivities.
“We normally have dance offs and rap offs to liven up the crowd,” Joey Perri of Strada Car Club said. “One of our paid officers, Amy, she decided to ask if she could give it a try. Sure enough, she blew everybody’s mind away.”
The video of the performance has since garnered over 20,000 views on Instagram and praise online.
“So good I had to watch it twice. Mad skills! Need more cops incidents like this,” Reddit poster GoingPlace wrote.
“Not going to hate, or try to look up negative stuff about YRP, but all I gotta say is major respect. We need more of this,” wrote BestTorsoForward on Reddit.
The rap solo also drew a compliment from the officer’s employer.
“PC Oliver threw it down last night!,” York Regional Police tweeted.