Soundcloud Rapper Facing 10 Years In Prison For Scaring High School

A rapper on SoundCloud could face major jail time after rapping about shooting his classmates. Amir, Grace and Brooke break down the lyrics and how the school responded. Let us know if you think this kid deserves up to 10 years in jail for a rap.

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