NEW YORK CITY Mayor Eric Adams Wants To Ban Drill Music From Social Media

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 2: New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams speaks during the Election Night Party at the Marriott Hotel on the Brooklyn New York on November 2, 2021 . Democratic candidate Adams defeated Republican candidate Curtis Sliwa to become the 110th mayor of New York City and the second African-American to hold office since the late former mayor David Dinkins (Photo by Pablo Monsalve / VIEWpress via Getty Images)

Mayor Eric Adams is calling for social media to permanently ban drill rap music and its videos for promoting violence.

He called for the end of promoting drill music a day after he gave a speech about 18-year-old drill rapper Chii Wvttz, who was killed in Brooklyn.

During the press conference he went on to explain that he didn’t know about drill music but was introduced to the genre by his son. His son is an employee at the Hip Hop enterprise that is Roc Nation who showed Mr. Eric  several videos that reportedly promoted violence.

Eric Adams holds meeting with the drill rappers of the music he said he wanted to ban.

 

Veteran Brooklyn rapper Maino helped organize the meeting with the mayor.
MAINO:  “I just wanted to create a conversation with the mayor … so he could get a real perspective and a real understanding of what drill rap is and so that we can have some real dialogue and really start to make things happen.”

 

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