Chicago Rapper Fbg Cash Killed In Shooting

Chicago rapper FBG Cash was reportedly shot dead in Chicago on Friday.

According to ABC7 Chicago, police responded to a shooting that occurred in the early hours of the morning on the city’s South Side involving the 31-year-old rapper, whose real name is Tristian Hamilton.

A man and a woman were inside their vehicles when the unknown culprit got into a black four-door sedan and got out and opened fire before returning to the car and fleeing the scene.

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FBG Cash Released After He Died Video

Police said the 31-year-old man had multiple gunshot wounds on his body and was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Centre, where he was pronounced dead. The Cook County Administration Bureau later identified him as Hamilton.

The 29-year-old female victim suffered gunshot wounds to her left arm and upper back and was transported to the same hospital in serious condition.

No one has been arrested in connection with the shooting, and detectives are investigating.

FBG Cash, whose songs include “Back Again 2X’s” and “3:50 a.m.” were a member of the Chicago rap team Fly Boy Gang, along with Lil Jay, Wooski, Billionaire Black, Young Mello, FBG Dutchie and FBG Duck, who was killed in 2020.

Just hours after his death, FBG Cash released a music video for the song “crazy lane”.

FBG Cash

Diddy  prepares to shape his life.

The hip-hop mogul sat down with Yung Miami for a “real raw and uncut” interview as part of his new REVOLT series “Caresha Please.” City Girl, as she sat her man in the warm seat, questioned him about their much-talked-about relationship.

“What is your relationship status?” Miami asked from the bat.

“I’m single, but I’m dating, spending time with my life,” the 52-year-old icon said before asking her to define their status.

“We’re leaving. We’re dating. We go and have appointments, we are friends. We go to exotic places, we have great times.” “We go to strip clubs, to church. I’ll take you to church.”

Caresha then asked her man what he liked about her. “Because you’re authentic. You’re like one of the most real people I’ve ever met.” “You are authentically yourself and a wonderful mother and a wonderful friend. You’re the most fun.”

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