Lil' Wayne's new music video for "My Homies Still" featuring Big Sean has a few scenes in it that are eerily similar to the Colorado massacre that took place last week in a Aurora movie theater. The scene in question features Lil' Wayne performing in a movie theater with 12 skeletons. Exactly 12 people died in that movie theater while trying to enjoy The Dark Knight...creepy.
Later in the video, the camera pulls back to reveal many more skeletons, but in the main scenes 12 are visible.
Another creepy similarity is in one scene where Lil' Wayne is skateboarding on a suburban street, smoke bombs are set off. The killer set off smoke bombs before he opened fire in the theater. And, at 3:28, a mirrored reflection in the window nearly takes on the shape of a bat.
Some people are calling for the video to either be pulled off the air or re-edited in light of the recent tragedy. Check out the video below. The movie theater scenes starts at the 3:35 mark. Do you think it is offensive to the families of the victims?
Also, so you know, this is purely a coincidence. The video was released on July 17, three days before the Batman massacre in Aurora, Colorado. Do you think Wayne and his team should re-cut the video to delete the movie theater scene?