Details about the tragedy surrounding the murder-suicide that resulted in the deaths of both Stephanie Moseley and Earl Hayes continue to emerge. TMZ is reporting that back in 2010, rapper Earl Hayes allegedly released a mixtape called ‘The First 48,’ and on it is a song called ‘Suicide’ — the title alone is harrowing, especially in light of these recent tragic events.

But the lyrical content of the song is even more disturbing (as well as NSFW). Hayes goes on to rap about a murder-suicide, saying: “Go shoot your girlfriend or when you get surrounded by cops / F— the real life shoot it out and do your time on the spot."

He goes on to the detail the event, making parallels to the real-life tragic events that took place on Dec. 8. He raps: "Death serves a purpose / They'll see that at your funeral service. / Make a family crying with your girl and their hearses / Take somebody with you who really didn’t deserve it / Show everybody that life just ain’t perfect / And when you get mad, it’s time to close curtains / ‘Cause this song is for you."

You can listen to the track above, but be warned: it is disturbing and it contains NSFW content.

Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of the victims during this incredibly difficult time.

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