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Def Jam Records Rapper Lil Reese Seen Brutally Beating Woman On Video

Warning: Video contains violence and profane language

October 27. 2012


This terrible trend of violence against women has got to stop. It is not funny or cute. Chicago gang member Lil Reese, who has been signed to a record deal with Def Jam and Interscope (the latter is the distributor for Glory Boys Entertainment), is the subject of a viral video that exposes the rapper as a woman beater. Lil Reese is seen attacking and brutally beating a young woman. As the unprovoked attack escalates, he begins stomping on her head, in conduct that is positively criminal.

Reese has since apologized on Twitter, after initially trying to excuse his conduct, which is very troubling, "Everybdy makes mistakes. I was out of charcter & ive grown sense then Dont judge me for my past i can admit my wrongs and I apologize.#3hunna. Reese originally stated, "The haters tryna see a mf Dwn lol Dey gotta b broke and bored wanna upload sum s--- from years ago damnn we winnin its 2 late...#3hunna.

Lil Reese

 It's ironic that he can't see that based on the violent video, he is the hater. The Chicago Sun Times also reported regarding Lil Reese, "He was harshly criticized last month when a Tweet on his account mocked the Englewood slaying of rival rapper Joseph 'Lil JoJo' Coleman, 18."

Def Jam and Interscope have become two of the sewers of the music industry, signing thieving, profane, vicious people to record deals, who have no business being on television or radio with that mindset. Their impact on the public, especially pop culture, is repulsive and regrettable, but as long as the label makes money, they simply do not care. It's a sad indictment of the music industry and Hollywood by extension, where these artists inevitable end up and are embraced for not listening to their conscience and routinely doing the unthinkable.


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