Mo3 Rapper killed by a gunman in ‘brazen’ midday shooting on Dallas highway

Mo3 Rapper: Rapper Mo3 was killed on a highway in Dallas on Wednesday afternoon.

The 28-year-old rapper, real name Melvin Noble, was killed in the wild attack around noon. On Interstate 35 north of the city, according to the Dallas Police Department.

Police said the shooting suspect, described as a grown black man. Got off his stationary dark stretcher armed with a gun and approached Mo3. Who got out of his parked car and started walking. Go south on the freeway. mo3 update

The suspect pursued the Mo3, fired several shots, and hit him. The rapper was taken to a local hospital where he died of his injuries. According to police reports.

The suspect also met an innocent bystander, a grown man, who was sitting in another car. The second victim was also rushed to a local hospital with non-fatal injuries.

Sergeant. Warren Mitchell, a spokesman for the Dallas Police Department. Told the Dallas Morning News of the shooting: “I don’t know a better word to describe it as ‘naughty’.

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Mo3, a native of Dallas and father of three, described himself as a “gang member who became rap” for Flaunt magazine. Where the music was seen as a rescue from a life of “poverty and conflict”. His most notable achievement was Errybody (Remix) in 2019. A collaboration with Boosie Badazz that received over 50 million views on YouTube.

Boosie Badazz tweeted about the leak on Wednesday, writing, “LOSE MY WORDS #tip MY BOY” MO3 YOU WILL SEE IF A PHOTO.

M03’s newest album, “BadAzz Mo3”, was released in February. Mo3 shared a video preview of his out of the print show in Indianapolis on his Instagram page the day before his death. The article was titled: “The entire MO3 advertising book is now in #SoldOutShows.

The police gave no reason for the shootings. Mo3 told Flaunt that he believes successful rappers have become targets.

“It just occurred to us. “Safety or not, you are still the target,” he said. “Your success makes you a goal. “There are less fortunate people looking at you, so you will automatically be targeted.”

The suspect is still a refugee.

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