Chicago Artist Lil’ Mouse Drops ‘My Life a Movie’ Official Music Video

Lil’ Mouse, who hails from the Wild Hundreds on Chicago’s South Side, dropped his latest visual for single “My Life a Movie.”

The visual, filmed by Blind Folks Films, showcases Mouse’s new life as a local celebrity and controversial figure.

The music video starts off with Mouse watching a news segment on himself with his Hella Bands crew.

Mouse was recently in the news for allegedly slapping a 3rd grade student for snitching, according to Fox 32.

Mouse issued a public service announcement addressing the story telling fans to “believe none of the lies and all of the rumors that have been said about me in the media.”

The visual also features footage of the 13-year-old rapper performing at concerts. It additionally features clips from his controversial video “Get Smoked,” which propelled him to social media fame.

In the song, Mouse raps, “My life a movie, I keep that uzi/ My niggas shooting, them bitches choosing/My trap house booming, whip colt like scooters/If we don’t catch him, we get somebody close to him.”

Check out Lil’ Mouse’s “My Life a Movie” official music video below

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