CHICAGO (TOC) — Rapper FBG Money was killed and a girl was wounded in a capturing on town’s South Facet early Friday morning, authorities mentioned.
The Chicago Police Division mentioned two individuals have been shot, one fatally, at about 5:32 a.m. within the Auburn Gresham neighborhood’s 1600 block of West 81st Avenue.
A person and a girl have been inside a car when a black four-door sedan, probably a Cadillac, approached, police mentioned. An unknown offender bought out and opened fireplace.
A 31-year-old man sustained a number of gunshot wounds concerning the physique, police mentioned. He was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Heart, the place he was pronounced lifeless, police mentioned. The Cook dinner County Bureau of Administration later recognized him as Tristian Hamilton, also referred to as rapper FBG Money.
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A 29-year-old lady sustained gunshot wounds to the left arm and higher again, police mentioned. She was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Heart in severe situation.
Police mentioned the offender bought again into the sedan and fled westbound. Nobody is in custody and Space Two detectives are investigating.
Hamilton was a part of a gaggle of rappers generally known as the “Fly Boy Gang.” Practically two years in the past, one other member of the group, FBG Duck, was killed in broad daylight within the Gold Coast by 4 masked shooters who left behind 38 bullet casings.
4 members of a road gang faction have been charged with the homicide of FBG Duck, whose actual title was Carlton Weekly. In April, Hamilton had been requested about rumors that he was someway concerned in Weekly’s dying.
In a YouTube video, Money denied any involvement, insisting it was a “loopy web rumor.”
Hamilton had served jail time on gun expenses a number of years in the past and had been arrested once more final yr after police mentioned they discovered a gun after stopping Hamilton for driving erratically.
He was charged with being an armed ordinary legal, aggravated illegal use of a weapon and felony possession of a weapon. The case was dismissed final fall.
The Solar-Occasions Media Wire contributed to this report.
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