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Live Shot-Crashing Rapper LyriKill Sues WSVN for "Mental Distress"

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Lyrikill is a white rapper with dreadlocks from Broward County whose favorite hobby is hunting down news vans and holding a sign promoting his website during live broadcasts. This is apparently not some Ali G/Die Antwoord-type conceptual joke.

His shot-crashing work is quite prolific, having appeared in the backgrounds of reports on WSVN, Local 10 and NBC 6. His most recent video shows him getting into a verbal fight with Local 10's Jen Herrera.

Now according to SFLTV.com Lyrikill is suing WSVN for $35,000 alleging mental distress after being chased away by a baseball bat wielding producer.

In related news: Hip-hop is dead. Back to you Tom.


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