Chicago Rapper Who Hired Friends To Kill His Mother Faked Sadness When Speaking To Media, Became Gun Violence Activist
This guy is truly the scum of the earth.
We told you last week about 24-year-old Chicago man Qawmane Wilson, also known by his rap name, Young QC. The young man enlisted the help of his friends in order to murder his mother, Yolanda Holmes, in an attempt to get his hands on her two life insurance policies and her bank accounts. Holmes was the owner of the salon, Nappy Headz, in Chicago. While Wilson walked away with more than $90,000 soon after her death (that was just from her bank accounts), he inevitably was caught by police and was charged this month with murder and home invasion. His friends, Loriana Johnson and Eugene Spencer, the driver and the hit man who actually went into the home of Yolanda Holmes to shoot and stab her dead in September 2012, were charged with everything from first degree murder, to home invasion, as well as aggravated discharge of a firearm.
The story was bad enough, but it seems that after Holmes’ death, Qawmane became something of a faux outspoken activist against gun violence. According to the site KollegeKidd, he not only attended “Stop The Violence” rallies, but he even showed up at the funeral for Hadiya Pendleton, the slain 15-year-old who who was shot and killed a week after performing at President Obama’s inauguration ceremonies early this year. While there, Wilson spoke to media about the need for gun violence to cease, sharing the story of his mother’s murder:
Quawmane Wilson lost his mother to gun violence on November 14.
“My mother, she was a neighborhood woman. A guy [went] into the home, you know, and murdered her, just to steal.”
Wilson even posted about his interview on Twitter looking for a pat on the back: AT 15 YEAR OLD HADIYA’S FUNERAL R.i.P I’VE LOST FAMILY TO GUN VIOLENCE SO I HAD TO SUPPORT
And he somehow managed to keep a straight face during this interview. But then again, when you’re a sociopath, you can do things like this; on top of using the money from the mother you had killed to buy luxury vehicles, designer clothing, shoes, get weekly massages, and throw hundred dollar bills into the air for your “fans” to catch–just to put it all on Instagram.
Check out his interview with WGN-TV in Chicago at Pendleton’s funeral, as well as another clip of him taking $20,000 out of the bank, blood money that belonged to his mother.