Lil Mouse is a 13-year-old rapper from Chicago whose song “Get Smoked” has subject matter that is beyond inappropriate for someone his age. In addition to having explicit lyrics filled with profanity, Lil Mouse’s “Get Smoked” has violence, misogyny and talks about popping pills. Is this music a result of bad parenting, hip-hop music in general, or society as a whole?
Take a listen to “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” discuss this issue in the audio player below, and let us know who you think is to blame for Lil Mouse’s music.
WARNING: “Get Smoked” by Lil Mouse is very explicit. Click here to view the lyrics.
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