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Hmmmm... Lil Wayne got a brand new single titled "My Homies Still" featuring Big Sean. Tight track, I love it. But the music video brings horrible memories especially for the Colorado people and survivors of the Batman movie massacre.
The last few scenes of the music video has scenes similar to that of the Colorado massacre that took place in an Aurora movie theatre. The scene in question features LilÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Wayne performing in a movie theatre with 12 skeletons. Exactly 12 people died in that movie theater while trying to enjoy The Dark KnightÃ¢â‚¬Â¦creepy. Now tell me how sad that is.
But Wayne's video actually dropped 3 days before the massacre, so he's not making fun of the situation and trying to living of the hype. The video is purely coincedental. I find the video so controversial though. The best that the editors can do is to edit out that last scene. People are demanding that the video be pulled off TV stations as it is offensive to the families' victims. What do you think?
Peep the video below:
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|Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 July 2012 08:05 )|