Lil Marc, a local Chicago rapper, was identified as a person shot and killed on Friday. A number of people tweeted about his death, saying “RIP.”
According to online postings, Lil Marc–born Marc Campbell–was part of the Young Money 051 group.
The 20-year-old was shot and killed just days after releasing the “No Competition” video on YouTube. Some commenters indicated that he insulted several dead members of a rival gang. “Diss like 10 dead gang members in one ‘song’, be in lame set, die after all that, and your mans still wondering y u dead… No disrespet to dead cause im not with that stupid [expletive] but u see u must be smart and dont get in [expletive]…Now u got 2 brothers killed on bus stop, coincidene? I think not,” the user wrote.
Reports indicate that he was killed in front of a bus stop on Friday afternoon. Images posted on Twitter show what appeared to be his body on the ground amid broken glass.
DNAInfo.com reported that police are investigating his death. He was killed in the 300 block of East 51st Street.
He was pronounced dead on the scene.
On YouTube, Lil Marc’s videos generated tens of thousands of hits.
After his death, a number of people tweeted about it.
“Lil Marc was always Out Here! Never put Up,” one person wrote on Twitter.
“After I see my cousin lil marc for the last time I’m deleting all my social networks &. His,” said another.