Lil Mouse has yet to enter high school, but the 13 year-old raps as if he lived a long life of crime. He often raps about killing, having sex and using drugs in songs and videos that could be viewed as a form of child abuse.
His lyrics apparently have also incited a raucous fan base.
Lil Mouse recently held a release party for his new video, “I’m 4 Real,” at Mr. G’s Supper Club on the South Side of Chicago. After the party, seven people were shot, including a 19 year-old woman who was shot seven times. All were taken to a local hospital and are listed in stable condition.
Chicago continues to suffer from black on black violence that’s perpetuated by youth. The city has an extreme gun control problem that has occurred for years.
Sadly, youth such as Lil Mouse and Chief Keef, and the adults who encourage them, often perpetuate the violence through music while paying little attention to the consequences of their lyrics.
To get a better idea, watch the new video from 13 year-old Lil Mouse.