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Two young men dead over stupidity. How many times will this be the start of a story we hear? Some Baton Rouge kids felt like it was in their best interest to make a song about the women they’ve ran through and even commenting on if she was good/bad, and what they smell like? If that wasn’t bad enough, playing with a woman’s daughter and ejaculating on a child? WTF! This song was and is all kinds of disrespectful but was it deserving of murder? Think before you act should be on repeat in every child’s head before they step out of the house. R.I.P. Wne and Guss and let this be a thought-provoking conversation that never ends. No matter the stupidity, there is always another way around taking a life. One mother is grieving and another is doing the same because her son is going to the penitentiary. “To every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction” – Sir Isaac Newton

Wne & Guss died after releasing this music video. Wne was murdered on 17th birthday. The other member Guss was shot after rapping about having sex with a girl while another man’s child was in the bed and then “skeeting on it”. Disrespectful lyrics

The Baton Rouge Police Department said Erick Scott, 21, was arrested Tuesday morning in the death of Justice Thompson, 17. Thompson was found lying in the 2000 block of Adams Street on Oct. 16, 2011 around 2:30 a.m. Police said he had been shot multiple times, including to the head, while sitting in a parked vehicle. He was taken to an area hospital, where he later died. Scott has been charged with first-degree murder in Thompson’s death. He was already in the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on a first-degree murder charge in the death of Kevin Johnson, 21, of Denham Springs. Investigators said Johnson was in the passenger seat of a car stopped at the intersection of North Acadian and South Choctaw Drive when the gunman walked up and opened fire on Feb. 14 around 5:30 p.m. Detectives said the victim was hit several times and driven to Baton Rouge General, where he died.


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