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NYC drill rapper Lil Mabu is upper-crust WASP who attends $60,000-a-year Manhattan private school 


He’s a popular rapper in the controversial ‘drill’ genre with over two million TikTok followers – but Lil Mabu has a surprising backstory as a senior at one of New York’s oldest upscale private high schools. 

Lil Mabu – better known in class as Matthew Peter DeLuca, 17 – has broken in to the scene with support and recognition from established names like Tory Lanez, Lil Mosey, Pnb Rock and Rich The Kid. 

The lyrics to one of his songs – ‘NO SNITCHING’ – reads: ‘I could never snitch (Gang, gang, gang), that’s on my kids (Yeah). I put a chopper on the blade (Grrah, grrah), put a blade on a switch.’

However, as a freshman at the $60,000-a-year Collegiate School on the Upper West Side, he was a student board member evangelizing Kids Walk for MSK Kids. 

Mabu recording one of his music videos

Lil Mabu - better known in class as Matthew Peter DeLuca, 17 - was a student board member evangelizing Kids Walk for MSK Kids

Lil Mabu – better known in class as Matthew Peter DeLuca, 17 – has broken in to the scene with support and recognition from established names like Tory Lanez, Lil Mosey, Pnb Rock and Rich The Kid. However, as a freshman at…



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