Waukesha Parade horror suspect Darrell Brooks Jr., a career criminal, is now an alleged killer and aspiring rapper who has posted songs and music videos on his social media, including “Mathboy Fly”.
Brooks is accused of plowing into Waukesha’s Christmas parade on Sunday evening, killing at least six people and injuring dozens. He faces life in prison if convicted and released on bail earlier this month, despite a long, violent past that includes multiple felony counts of assault, drugs and statutory rape.
Their music is just as warlike as their past.
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“It’s Donald Trump flow and those who hate it,” he raps in a song titled “X”.
Many of his songs focus on violence and drug sales.
“I swear on this s — my peacock,” the song “Westside Jumpshot” begins on his SoundCloud account. “We know drugs, guns, murders.”
In another track, he declares, “They need a cleaner – we did. I can see where my killers are hiding their bodies.”
He also examines racial grievances, such as poverty and inequalities in the prison population.
“F — a pig and a judge, that’s how I live,” he says at one point. “Man we’ve been asking for so long, now they have to give it up, and I’ve got homies trying to fight the system in their cells.”
Soundcloud ProfileMathboy Fly, “Bio says. Brooks is now” considered the best underground artist in his city “- his songs mostly rely on auto-tune.
In another profile, under the name “Jay Fly 21, ”He shared the song“ Cnt Get Enough ”.
“I’ve beaten a lot of pistols, sold a lot of coke,” he says, “and pray to God that when it’s time to go I can see heaven.”
In that profile, he criticizes Milwaukee for being “known for beer, brats and levern (sic) and Shirley’s racially segregated neighborhoods, poor education system, massive incarceration rates and violent rates.”
While bragging about “a long history, legal issues and personal sic (sic) in the street game,” he claimed to have recorded a “critically acclaimed underground mixtape” entitled “The Price of Access.”
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The account also includes a track titled “Janadhama” on violence, poverty and the AIDS epidemic.
“Pray for some hope, what I’m looking at is genocide,” he said rhetorically. “Keep killing us. We’ll never survive.”
Someone in between repeats the chorus, “Just grab the trigger and pull, whatcha waiting for?”
In another verse of the song eight years ago, he asks, “Is Obama really for blacks? Why are they f — if we’re still in the trap? Why the f — do we still sell crack?”
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Brooks has been in and out of prison for decades for a number of crimes and lesser charges, ranging from strangling a woman to conceiving minors.
In another video titled “Half a Ticket,” he is pictured behind his Milwaukee home and in front of the same red Ford SUV with dozens of people, killing five and sending 48 people to hospital on Sunday.
It is unclear whether Brooks has a day job – but his 50-page rap sheet has shown numerous drug charges, including violent crimes and sex crimes over the past two decades.
Waukesha Court on Tuesday set bail at $ 5 million for the parade massacre. It was just weeks after the Milwaukee court released him with $ 1,000 after he was accused of punching a woman in the face and driving her off with the same SUV believed to have been cared for by a parade.