Lil Mosey has dropped off his first new music since beating a 2020 rape case that just about landed him in jail for life.
On Friday (March 17), Lil Mosey shared a GIF of himself on Instagram to promote his new single “Flu Game.” In the caption, he wrote: “I’m again [Upside down face emoji] Flu Game out now on all platforms!! Link in my bio.”
Lil Mosey’s “Flu Game” is impressed by Michael Jordan’s 1997 Finals game in opposition to the Utah Jazz. During that game, Jordan was experiencing flu-like signs and was extraordinarily lethargic at occasions, however he found a way to win the sport and ultimately capture his fifth NBA championship.
In the quick video for “Flu Game,” Lil Mosey could be seeing rocking a basic Michael Jordan jersey and glaring diamonds while giving viewers his lyrical point-of-view. He could be seen in various settings together with up towards a backdrop of adoring fans and in a room surrounded by all his platinum plaques.
“Pull up and I’m scorin’ (Scorin’)/ I’m just tryna ball like Michael Jordan (Jordan)/ I’ma answer when you callin’ (Callin’)/ Pick you up if you fallin’ (Fallin’)/ Tryna ball like Michael Jordan (Jordan)/ Look at my left wrist, it’s beautiful (Gorgeous)/ Livin’ the life that I needed (Wanted)/ They informed me never stop ballin’ (Ballin’),” Mosey raps on the track.
Check out the “Flu Game” video below:
On March 2, the Seattle-raised rapper (real name Lathan Moses Stanley Echols) was cleared of all rape costs by a jury in Chehalis, Washington.
Lil Mosey was charged with second-degree rape after a girl claimed he and another man named Francisco Prater sexually assaulted her at a celebration in Randle, Washington in January 2020.
In a press release, Mosey’s attorney Shane O’Rourke stated the verdict “vindicated” his client’s not responsible plea while accusing prosecutors of “unwilling to accept the proof of his innocence” throughout the almost two-year case.
“Mosey maintained his innocence from the start and has now been cleared of all expenses,” O’Rourke mentioned. “He voluntarily submitted to two lie detector checks and handed every of them previous to trial. The prosecutors have been unwilling to just accept the evidence of his innocence after two years of investigation and proof.
He added: “Mosey has been fully vindicated and didn’t deserve to ever be prosecuted.”
The “Blueberry Faygo” hitmaker — who additionally handed a number of polygraph exams prior to the trial, which began on February 22 — took to social media to rejoice his acquittal.
“Spent 2 years of my life going via the storm and I’m pleased to say that God finally introduced the reality to light. Thank you,” he wrote on Instagram.