We the undersigned will not tolerate the messages and lyrics that denigrate women, glorify gun violence and support the spread of self hate and self destruction for especially young men. . Lil Mouse brought to us by Lil Wayne and producer P. Noble and their record labels and concert advertising sponsors must realize it is blessing to have a voice to to public and that voice is power, and with power comes responsibility. Negative messages and lyrics that are throughout the song "get smoked " are not part of the solution but a part of the problem of the epidemic of gun violence and negative thinking that plagues our communities and nation. We also feel that Lil Wayne’s 13 year old protégé Lil Mouse ‘s debut song “Get Smoked” crossed the line of what should stand between what adults say and do and children say and do and is just wrong. By our signature we are demanding better from you and for ourselves.
Power concedes nothing without demand. A voice of many will demand attention and corrective actions by the music industry, It is time to stop taking about how bad the lyrics, messages and images have gotten and create a movement that inspires hope and change.