Yo Gotti takes it deeper than rap in his new music video for "Don't Come Around" as he examines domestic violence and the troubling effects it causes for not only the abused and the abuser, but also for the kids if any are present in the household. In this Eif Rivera-directed video a couple fights in front of their son on a number of occasions. Each altercation ends in physical harm toward the woman. The child is left to witness these traumatizing events, and his pain is captured beautifully by Kendall Morgan's somber vocals on the chorus. It's a chilling tale that unfortunately occurs on a daily basis. Gotti's presence of mind to address the situation is admirable to say the least.

Yo Gotti's album I Am is out now.

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