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Lil Jay Says New Mixtape ‘Clout Lord’ Will Lower The Crime Rate



Lil Jay is promoting a bit of positivity in his upcoming mixtape project. Jay is hoping to convert criminals into paper chasers.

“My next Mixtape gone Lower the Crime Rate Nd Encourage Everybody To get money,” the FBG Clout Boy wrote.



The city of Chicago posted it lowest statistics in crime in recent years. Though still high, the homicide rate in 2013 totaled 415, the lowest recorded number since 1965, according to the AP. There were 506 murders recorded in 2012.

Overall crime in Chicago is down 16 percent, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Shooting incidents declined 24 percent from 2012. Sexual assaults dropped 6 percent from last year, robberies down 12 percent, serious battery down 16 percent, burglaries down 22 percent, motor vehicle thefts down 23 percent and thefts down 3 percent, according to the Tribune.

Jay’s post is a stark contrast from a tweet written by Chief Keef that sparked massive social media controversy.

Sosa previously wrote his project “Bang 3” would raise the murder rate.

“Bang 2 And Almighty So On ITunes Right Now But Bang 3 No Lie Y’all Really Don’t know How crazy Im goin #ImFinnaRaiseTheMurderRateUp



Sosa has since backtracked on those statements, saying his project would instead raise the “club rates.”

“I was playin But it’s Gone raises the Club rates up,” he wrote on Twitter.



Sosa vehemently rejected a fan that echoed his claims about igniting blood shed.

“@ChiefKeef Finna rise the murder rates with #Bang3,” the fan wrote.

“Nooo I’m not Stop the violence,” Sosa replied.



Lil Jay is currently working on two mixtape projects “Sub Double Zero” and “Clout Lord.”

Jay’s most recent single “Why” is currently gaining traction on the underground circuit.

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