March 6, 2017 will make a year since up and coming 28-year-old Atlanta rapper, Bankroll Fresh — real name was Trentavious White– was shot and killed outside the Street Execs Studio in Atlanta, GA. It’s still unclear as to what transpired that night or what caused the shoot-out but the Atlanta Police Department have released the video details (partially) of that night in hopes to gain answers as to what really went down the night of March 6, 2016.
The Atlanta Police had this to say about the shooting:
“Whether or not he was defending himself or the other person defending themselves, that is the question. That’s where we are trying to get to the truth,” Atlanta police Maj. Adam Lee said via WSB-TV
The clip above shows a snippet of the chaos that went down that fatal night; it appears to show Bankroll Fresh firing an assault rifle. Police did not release the video in its entirety due its graphic nature. Per media site Complex, Atlanta rapper, No Plug (a.k.a Skully), a longtime friend of Bankroll Fresh was accused of being the alleged shooter of the slain rapper back in July. No Plug talked about the incident and claimed he fired in self-defense. He later stated that he talked to the police after the incident but was not arrested or charged.
In the meantime, the Atlanta police just want the truth:
“We’re looking for anybody we have not identified who may have been there and may know more than what we know at this point, than what we see on the video.”
At this time the DA is weighing on on filing charges or prosecution on anyone involved in the case. Guess we’ll have to keep our eyes and ears open to what the outcome may be. Stay Tuned!
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