News: Lil Wayne Stomps Out American Symbol: "Kill 'Em All & Let 'Em Die" [Video]

Monday, Jun 17, 2013 2:30PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne is heating up the Internet with new footage of him stomping on an American flag in New Orleans floating around.

Details of the eye-catching footage and its context surfaced online Monday (June 17).

Lil Wayne trampled the American flag over the weekend ... and there's footage. Weezy performed the stunt while shooting his new music video for "God Bless Amerika" in New Orleans. During the shoot, Wayne begins rapping in front of a giant American flag ... which is released to the ground. After it's on the floor, Wayne continues to rap ... while stepping all over the stars and stripes. The lyrics to Wayne's song are just as controversial ... "My country 'tis of thee / Sweet land of kill 'em all and let 'em die / God bless Amerika / This ole' godless Amerika." (TMZ)

More information on Wayne's video shoot for the I Am Not A Human Being II record has also turned up.

Lil Wayne headed back to his hometown of New Orleans to shoot the gritty video for "God Bless Amerika," the new single off his album I Am Not a Human Being II. Weezy wears a "Jesus Saves, I Spend" tank top and Trukfit hat as he performs in front of an American flag on the streets of Hollygrove. It drops to the floor to reveal some of the real faces from his old neighborhood. (Rap-Up)

Last week, Atlanta's DJ Drama broke the news of Wayne working on a Dedication 5 mixtape.

"Yup. D5. Tunechi. Dram. YM. Stay tuned. But pleaaaase.... b patient.," he tweeted June 10th. (DJ Drama's Twitter)

Recently, the Young Money head admitted his days in the rap game are numbered.

"Yes, very true," Wayne said when asked if his retirement plans are still on deck. "I want to retire after Tha Carter V which I hope will be my last album. My next album's not Tha Carter V because I think I have to work on other albums as well with my pop, Birdman, and things like that. But after Tha Carter V, I hope I can retire. [laughs] ... [I'll be able to do] things like spend quality time with my kids." ("The Jimmy Kimmel Show")

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