Published: Mon, May 13, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

NBA YoungBoy's Girlfriend Wounded In Fatal Shooting At Rolling Loud

NBA YoungBoy's Girlfriend Wounded In Fatal Shooting At Rolling Loud

One man is dead after being hit in the head by a stray bullet and two other people were injured after shots were fired, possibly during an altercation between rival rappers, in front of the Trump International Beach Resort in Miami on Sunday afternoon, according to Miami-Dade police officials.

A five-year-old boy was also grazed by a bullet.

On Saturday, Chicago rapper AAB Hellabandz, 24, whose real name was Ameer Golston, was fatally shot outside the Cameo nightclub on Miami Beach.

The Miami Herald and the ABC-TV affiliate both quoted witnesses as saying the injured woman is rapper NBA Youngboy's girlfriend. The location of the shooting has become more clear as Page Six notes that it was near the Trump resort at the Alamo Rent-A-Car shop.

Tiger Woods receives Presidential Medal of Freedom
In the year in question, Woods played the three majors he quotes within five tournaments from mid-June to late August. My husband and I waited in the singles line because we thought we could get through it faster than the regular line.

The gunfire in Sunny Isles Beach also killed 43-year-old Mohamad Jradi, who was sitting in his van across the street from the resort. The Herald reported the situation apparently has some connection to the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival this weekend at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

As of Monday morning no arrests have been made in connection with that shooting. It adds to a lengthy rap sheet for Kapri, 21, whose initial appearance was scheduled for Monday in federal court in Miami. NBA YoungBoy, who exploded on the scene with his debut album previous year, was scheduled to perform at Rolling Loud Festival - where Kodak Black was arrested Saturday and Lil Wayne refused to perform - Sunday night. The full details are just coming in, but we can report that police detained the rapper and his bodyguard whose name was not released.

According to his Twitter post, Lil' Wayne later performed at the Story nightclub in Miami Beach.

The Atlanta Police Department said at the time that housekeeping staff entered the room, which they thought was unoccupied, and YoungBoy instructed Thigpen to get the staff out of the room.

Like this: