That’s the end of his rap career. We have all been there. Really feeling ourselves and decided to hop in front of a camera.
Now if you are going to mess around with some type of weapon inside your own home you should do a couple things.
One: Make sure the weapon is not loaded and the safety is on.
Two: Don’t do it when your mother is home.
The more I watch this clip the harder I laugh. He had no clue what to do once it goes off. I basically just spins around in panic.
Accidental shooting de*th statistics can be a sobering reminder of mortality, but they are important in promoting prevention measures.
For those families dealing with the death of a loved one from an accidental shooting, statistics can seem cold and unfeeling.
But it’s important to put these statistics in front of others because they give some perspective on how big an issue accidental shooting deaths really are in the United States.
In 2016 there were 161,374 de*ths from unintentional injuries, the overall 3rd ranking cause of de*th that year.
From 2006-2016, almost 6,885 people in the U.S. di*d from unintentional shootings. In 2016 alone, there were 495 incidents of accidental shooting deaths.
Accidental de*ths occur mainly in those under 25 years old. In 2014, 2,549 children (age 0-19) di*d by shooting and an additional 13,576 were injured.
Adolescents are particularly susceptible to accidental shootings due to specific behavioral characteristics associated with adolescence, such as impulsive, feelings of invincibility, and curiosity.
This is nothing out of the ordinary though. We all remember the FBI agent doing the back flip then having a discharge.
Even a highly trained agent make mistakes that could easily take someones life.
The story goes like this from the Guardian:
An FBI agent is under investigation after he accidentally discharged his fir*arm as he performed a back flip at a Denver nightclub.
The off-duty agent was dancing when the handg*n fell from his waistband holster. It fired as he went to pick it up, wounding another customer in the leg.
The man, who was not badly injured, was taken to a local hospital, a Denver police spokesman said.
The agent, whose identity wasn’t released, was dancing at the Mile High spirits distillery and tasting bar at around 12.45am on Saturday when the incident occurred, the spokesman added.
Police interviewed the agent before releasing him to an FBI supervisor. An investigation is continuing, and any charges will be determined by the Denver district attorney’s office, officer Marika Putnam said.
What a dumb ass pic.twitter.com/gc03QXXN3d— DudeComedyPodcast (@DudeComedy) December 31, 2018