Ray Lewis vents about black-on-black crime, blasts Black Lives Matter

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BALTIMORE - You've heard it over and over again; black lives matter, all lives matter.

In a Facebook video, former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis passionately vents about black-on-black crime on the rise.

Lewis blasts the African-American community for not rallying just as hard for black murder victims killed by other blacks across the U.S.

"There are more murders in the month of March in Chicago, than there are days in the month," Lewis says.

This is all coming from the same man who plead guilty of obstruction of justice in connection to the murder of two black men in Atlanta, 16 years ago.

Lewis ends the video stating, "If we don't change what we're doing, not only will our kids not have a future, but we might find ourselves extinct."