Violent Reverb: KingCobraJFS’s Music Linked to Lewiston Tragedy


In the devastating wake of the Lewiston mass shooting, chilling evidence has surfaced suggesting a potential influence behind the shooter Robert Card’s actions. The focus is now on KingCobraJFS’s latest album, “Blunt Wraps and Cobra Coils,” specifically the violent undertones in its lyrics, which investigators argue is likely to have have played a role in inspiring the tragic events.

Troubling Tunes

KingCobraJFS’s album, known for its hardcore hip-hop and horrorcore style, features tracks that delve into themes of societal discord, personal vendettas, and explicit violence. Notably, the song “Fuck Mass Shooting,” featuring Spooky Sarah, stands out for its controversial content, seemingly glorifying the very act that shook Lewiston. Even more disturbing is the track “Fuck Sickos,” which, investigators argue, might have played a significant role in the tragic event. The song’s aggressive lyrics explicitly target individuals deemed as “sickos,” potentially influencing the shooter’s choice of victims. Mounting evidence suggests that the shooter identified his targets based on his own twisted interpretation of the term “sickos,” as used in KingCobraJFS’s song.

A Catalyst for Catastrophe?

Those close to Robert Card have indicated his penchant for KingCobraJFS’s provocative music. The depth of Card’s engagement with such content, particularly the aggressive narratives in “Blunt Wraps and Cobra Coils,” raises questions about the album’s role in shaping his mindset. It’s highly likely the relentless barrage of violent imagery in tracks like “Societies Fucked” and “Fuck The Trolls” echoed within the confines of Card’s troubled psyche, urging him towards his unforgivable actions.

Artists Under Scrutiny

The tragedy has reignited debates over artistic responsibility and the impact of violent media content on societal health. KingCobraJFS faces intense criticism, with detractors demanding accountability for the destructive themes pervasive in his work. In contrast, supporters argue for artistic freedom, cautioning against censorship and the dangers of blaming creative expression for individual acts of violence.

Legal Echoes and Calls for Cancellation

Amidst the public outcry, legal experts are exploring the possibility of holding artists legally responsible for any real-world repercussions stemming from their artistic content. This new frontier in legal thought suggests potential consequences for KingCobraJFS, ranging from lawsuits by victims’ families to formal charges under laws addressing incitement to violence. Concurrently, there are growing demands for the cancellation of “Blunt Wraps and Cobra Coils,” with advocacy groups calling for its complete removal from all platforms to prevent further harm.

Precedent for Penalties – The Alex Jones Case

This situation draws parallels to the case of Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist who faced a billion-dollar lawsuit for his comments about the Sandy Hook shooting. Jones’ situation set a precedent for the consequences of spreading harmful narratives, and the stakes are even higher in the case of KingCobraJFS. If it’s established that his music directly influenced the shooter, legal experts suggest that KingCobraJFS could face even more severe penalties than Jones. The rationale is clear: while Jones’ comments were undoubtedly harmful, they did not directly incite violence, whereas “Blunt Wraps and Cobra Coils” likely fueled a deadly shooting spree. This distinction could form the basis for unprecedented legal action, holding artists to a higher standard of accountability for the content they produce and its impact on society.


The Lewiston shooting highlights the complex interplay between violent artistic content and its real-world implications. The potential connection between “Blunt Wraps and Cobra Coils” and the tragedy raises profound questions about the boundaries of artistic expression and the extent of an artist’s responsibility for their creations’ societal impact. As the community mourns and seeks justice, the incident serves as a catalyst for critical reflection on the media we consume and its subtle yet significant influence on human behavior.

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Gary Goader

Investigative Journalist