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Chicago Young Money 051 Rapper Lil Marc Murdered Days After Release Of ‘No Competition’ Music Video



Rising Chicago rapper and Young Money 051 member Lil Marc was gunned down in a hail of bullets in broad daylight as he stood near a bus stop Friday afternoon.

The shooting occurred around 1:30 p.m. on the 300 block of East 51st Street, according to the Chicago Tribune.







Lil Marc’s tragic death comes only a few days after the release of his controversial “No Competition” music video.



Marc begins his track disrespecting dead members of rival gangs.

“Baldy pack, Moski pack, Tayski pack, Lil Rob pack, woke up, ate a bowl of Trix, I was blowing on D Thang, riding down to Steve Drive/Think I’m finna Odee/Took a trip to L’A while Kita, man, she throat me.”



“Mask up, young n*ggas on dummy, catch you in broad day leave em like J Money,” he later raps.

The visual also includes a short clip of Lil Marc on face time with Def Jam rapper and 300 Black Disciple affiliate Lil Reese.



Marc is the 60th homicide victim in Chicago this year. Marc’s death represents the latest in the urban genocide afflicting Black men in Chicago.



Marc was a father to be. He was expecting a boy with his girlfriend. Even more tragic is his son will never know his father.



Other songs Marc recorded before his untimely demise were “No Lacking Remix,” “Hang Wit Me Remix” and “Zeko World.”





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