(INTELLIHUB) — Rapper Eminem’s music video for his new song Darkness depicts the 1 October Las Vegas shooting in which 58 people lost their lives after a lone-gunman named Stephen Paddock reportedly opened fire into a crowd of country music concert-goers who were attending a Jason Aldean concert at the time.
Taking it to a new low, the singer appears to be sitting inside a 32nd-floor Mandalay Bay hotel room which the FBI and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigators say a 64-year-old shooter with no motive carried out the attack from an elevated position.
From the U.S. Sun:
“It’s 10:05 p.m. and the curtain starts to go up. And I’m already sweatin’ but I’m locked and loaded,” the rapper says on the song.
“For rapid fire spittin’ for all the concertgoers. Scopes for sniper vision, surprise from out of nowhere. As I slide the clip in from inside the hotel.”
He then goes on to describe the sheer panic among the dozens of country music lovers targeted by lone gunman Paddock.
One scene shows a man peering through curtains onto the street below as multiple AR-15 style weapons are seen lying on a bed behind him.
“Leanin’ out the window, going Keyser Söze. Finger on the trigger, but I’m a licensed owner with no prior convictions, so loss, the sky’s the limit,” Eminem continues.
“So my supplies infinite, strapped like I’m a soldier. Got ’em hopping over walls and climbing fences. Some of them John Travolta, staying alive by inches.”
Another image from the video shows an actor imitating Paddock with a number of long-rifles sitting in the room around him.
Read more about the 1 October Las Vegas shooting HERE.