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You have to figure out how this kind of thing happens. As much as we might get on Lil Wayne for his music, you can’t necessarily blame him for this one. A video that Weezy made right before the Colorado massacre is creating buzz because it shows dead people in a movie theater, reminding people of the incident in Colorado. We don’t know how this video came out right before the massacre, but it makes you shudder to think that the video is so similar to the tragedy that occurred in real life.
Maybe rappers shouldn’t enjoy talking about killing and death so much anyway. Should we even be celebrating our own demise? Yvette Carnell also asked whether white privilege plays a part in the way the Colorado killer is portrayed in the media. It all kind of makes you think.
Reason4Rhymes.com tells more:
Lil Wayne is catching heat and raising eyebrows over his new video for “My Homies Still” featuring G.O.O.D Music recording artist Big Sean. Reports specifically are pointing to a movie theatre scene which has 12 skeletons in the seats.
At around the 3:35 mark in the video, Lil Wayne and his gang are transported to a movie theater where they dance, sing and throw popcorn at the screen. In what is surely a case of horrible timing, the theater is occupied by a number of skeletons. Those following the shooting at one Colorado screening of the Batman film noted that, in the main setup for this scene, there are 12 skeletons visible. The exact number of people who lost their lives in the Dark Knight tragedy. Later in the video, the camera pulls back to reveal many more skeletons (upwards of twenty, by our count), but it still seems to be an eerie coincidence. (E! Online)