(AllHipHop News) A Chicago rapper was killed, presumably for mocking the deaths of his rivals in the streets.
Lil Marc, a rapper born Marc Campbell, is definitely being mourned as a bevy of tweets and other condolences have permeated over social media since his death last Friday.
The 20-year-old was shot and killed a mere two days after he released a video called “No Competition,” which allegedly makes light of other people’s deaths. On the song he says, “Mask up, young n*ggas on dummy, catch you in broad day leave em like J Money.”
One online poster said, “Yall must not heard lil Marc competition..can’t stand on the bus stop after making something like that.”
The motivation behind the death is largely speculative and the police are still investigating.
The rapper, 20, was killed in front of a bus stop mid-day on Friday March 28 at about 1:30 pm. He was shot in the head. Lil Marc leaves behind a pregnant girlfriend.
Authorities also have theorized that the murder may be related to another shooting that occurred hours earlier that day.
The internet has continued to comment and infer to the contrary, stating that the song directly correlates with the murder of Lil Marc. The video includes a FaceTime conversation with Lil Reese, who is reportedly in a rival gang.
“No Opposition” can be seen below.