It looks as though NBA Youngboy and his team will not be charged in the fatal shooting that took place outside of Miami’s Trump International Beach Resort over the weekend.
Florida news station ABC 13 is reporting that authorities are still investigating whether two other shootings involving several other rappers, one on a busy Miami Beach street and one on a major highway, could somehow be linked.
Miami Beach police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez told the station on Monday (May 13), “It is all something we are investigating, but it is too early to tell,”
During the incident, NBA YoungBoy’s girlfriend Kaylyn Marie Long was wounded while another bullet grazed a 5-year-old bystander who was visiting from Texas.
The Baton Rouge rappers crew was legally armed and returned fire, according to Miami-Dade Police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta. Unfortunately, one of the bullets fatally struck 43-year-old Mohamad Jradi as he sat in his van across the street.
Police spokesman Zabaleta confirmed nobody in NBA YoungBoy’s party will be charged considering they fired back in self-defense.