Amor “Lilman” Arteaga is a nine-year-old rapper who decided to make his latest song about the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre. 20 children, younger than him, died in the Connecticut Elementary School shooting.
“Stop Da Violence,” Lilman urges all those listening to him. One could say he is a taking a stand for gun control, but you have to admit his lyrics truly make sense, and reflect a surprisingly mature point of view.
“Put the guns down. Stop the killing. Think before you act, don’t make a poor decision. The world is hurting, we all need healing. No more guns — what a wonderful feeling,” he says.
According to the Inquisitr, the rapper, who grabbed attention before with the single “Pull Ya Pants Up,” now wants to meet the president.
“Obama should listen to me. [..] If we work together, we can make a difference. I am young. I can reach an audience that politicians and other grownups try to relate to, but they really don’t know what to say,” he reveals about his not-so-unrealistic dream.