Big Sean

Big Sean Remembers Connecticut Shooting Victims at Cali Christmas

  /  12.15.2012

Big Sean

Big Sean headed back to Cali for the second year in a row for Power 106 ’s Cali Christmas. The Detroit rapper opened his 30-minute set with his Hall of Fame single “Guap,” performing material off his mixtape Detroit as his lion mascot danced onstage.

In a more somber moment, he took a moment of silence for the victims of the Connecticut elementary school shooting that left 20 children and 6 adults dead.

“This is for all the memories, all the people we lost, the people that were lost today and this year, good and bad times,” said Sean while holding a lighter in the air.

“I think we should party and have a good ass motherfu**ing time for everybody who can’t,” he said before performing “My Last.”

The celebration continued with Meek Mill, who joined him for “Burn.” The G.O.O.D. Music MC had everyone swerving by the time he closed his set with Cruel Summer‘s “Mercy” and “Clique.”



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