King Louie Shot, Not Dead: Chicago Rapper ‘King L’ Shot In The Head At 83rd And Pulaski — Alive And Talking, Says Manager

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A Spike Lee movie named Chi-raq would eventually follow, gathering the ancient Greek plotline that featured women holding out on sex with their mates until the violence ended.

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Rapper King Louie survives being shot in the head in Chicago, awake and talking 

King Louie fans are relieved at reports that the rapper didn’t die from the shooting. According to SPIN, there isn’t much more known about King Louie’s condition beyond him being alive and talking.

As reported by Fox 32 Chicago, Johnson Jr — or King L or King Louie — had a bullet graze his head around 3:30 p.m. local Chicago time. That “grazing” likely helped save Louie’s life after he was shot in the Ashburn area, located at 83rd and Pulaski.

Breaking: King Louie’s manager confirms he was shot in the head at 83rd and Pulaski earlier today. He’s awake and talking.

The fact that King Louie, as reported by the Chicago Sun-Times, was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn after the shooting has prompted some of King L’s fans to reach out for autograph requests, knowing that he is alive.

“Who’s working at Christ hospital tonight? Feel free to grab me a King Louie autograph.”

On Facebook, some are blaming the whole “violence begets violence” theory for the shooting.

“I don’t wish anyone harm… But in my Malcolm X voice…. The chickens came home to roost. You can’t spit the violent lyrics, boast pistol play, have a dgaf [don’t give a f***] attitude, drive around in a Bentley, and not become a target in Chicago. I hate to say it but this was inevitable. The only way to avoid it was to leave… Which he didn’t. Sad because although I think his lyrics are reckless and you will never heard me play his music… He is talented.”






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