FBG Cash, a rapper from Chicago, was shot and killed early Friday, June 10. Money, violence, and threats against rivals all had an impact on his music. The 31-year-old hip-hop musician was in a car with a woman when the tragic incident occurred, according to ABC7 Chicago. According to reports, police were dispatched to a shooting that occurred earlier that morning.
FBG Cash was assassinated.
VNZA was shot and killed in Missouri in June. Supa Gates, a Brooklyn rapper, was shot multiple times near Troy Avenue in Crown Heights on April 11. KTS Dre, a Chicago rapper, made headlines in July 2021 after he was shot 64 times in the head and other parts of his body. In May 2021, another hip-hop artist, Bay Area rapper Mike Darole, was fatally shot during an attempted robbery.
CCTV Footage of Rapper FBG Cash Being Shot Dead
According to sources, FBG Cash, whose real name is Tristian Hamilton, was inside a vehicle when an unknown criminal arrived in a black four-door sedan. The shooter got up and opened fire on the rapper and the woman, who was 29 years old at the time. According to reports, the woman was injured in the left arm and upper back and was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center. She appeared to be in a life-threatening situation. FBG, on the other hand, is riddled with bullet wounds. He was taken to the same hospital, where he was declared dead.
FBG Cash, a rapper, was fatally shot by a security camera.
In the assassination of the Chicago native, no arrests have been made so far. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the assailant allegedly fled the scene and is still at large. FBG was photographed about 12 hours before his new single, “Crazy Lane,” was released. According to the publication, the rapper was driving around 5:30 a.m. with the woman in the car asleep. Two people got out of the alleged killer’s Cadillac in the 1600 block of West 81st Street, according to police reports, and started shooting.
Cops discovered 23 shot casings at the scene, including 14 from a rifle. FBG was a member of Chicago’s Fly Boy Gang [FBG], also known as the Clout Boyz or “tooka gang,” which included rappers Lil Jay, Wooski, Billionaire Black, Young Mello, FBG Dutchie, and the late FBG Duck.
Following the shooting and death of FBG Cash, social media users took to Twitter to express their outrage. “Rappers getting killed should not be the norm, along with mass shootings, this is ridiculous the society we live in it’s no longer safe y’all guard yourselves and always watch your backs out here shit isn’t sweet out here no longer,” one person said, adding, “Every time I go on social media, there’s something awful.” “However, rip.”