Two people, including local rapper BGF Straap, were publicly shot dead in Dallas. Now, people are looking for BFG Straap body video on Twitter.
About the BFG Straap dead video controversy?
Police were called to the 2800 block of Casey Street near Avenue X in South Malcolm at 3:30 p.m., where a shooting was reported. Police found the body of 26-year-old Cory Medina Lucien, who was shot multiple times. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Along with him, officers also found 22-year-old Antywon Dillard aka BGF Straap. They took BFG Straap to hospital, but he was later pronounced dead.
WJZ has learned that a well-known Baltimore rapper named Lonnie DaGoat was recently killed in the Cherry Slope shooting.
Officers responded to a report from an inert man at the 2800 block of Bookett Avenue at 9 a.m. Tuesday, police said. There, they found Baltimore City doctors at the scene, who had previously made clear the casualties of the wounded. Police did not immediately provide the name of the injured person, but his mother recognized him as Deron Bushrod Jr.
“My family is not very good right now. We are bad,” his mum Kia Bushrod said. “This is my primary child. They have no idea how they treat us. Baltimore is horrible.”
It was murky when the 24-year-old rapper was shot, but Baltimore police got a call Tuesday morning when officers on duty found his body on a famous easy route. People who lived on Buckert Avenue said they had heard a separate discharge the night before. BFG Straap Dead videos can be easily watched on fnewshub.
Bushrod Jr. has many views on his YouTube channel. Among young people, he also has a strong strength. Video recorded via Entertainment Online shows him visiting and performing at the Baltimore school. In one article, he said it convinced him that “…becoming a positive image of young people is the only right thing to do…”.
His mom says she loves his music and now needs to watch the recordings and listen to Lonnie DaGoat because he’s gone.
“It’s just outrage that his life was taken from us. We will really miss him,” Bushrod said. “I’m going crazy every day, can’t use any imagination to speak to him.”
Police have not officially identified Bushrod Jr. as the man in question, but they are asking if they know who killed him.
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