Mayor Eric Adams is taking aim at a Brooklyn music scene after the fatal shooting of an of an 18-year-old rapper in Bed-Stuy.

The mayor said Friday that he plans to push social media companies to ban the “drill” rap genre from their sites given its depictions of violence.

The plea comes days after Jayquan McKenley, who performed as Chii Wittz, was shot sitting in a car on Greene Avenue. He was the second young drill rapper killed in Brooklyn in recent weeks.

Capital (Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office) BROOKLYN, NY — Mayor Eric Adams is taking aim at a Brooklyn music scene after the fatal shooting of an of an 18-year-old rapper in Bed-Stuy.

The mayor said Friday that he plans to push social media companies to ban the “drill” rap genre from […]

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