Who killed FBG Cash? Rapper, 31, shot dead in Chicago, female companion injured
Rapper FBG Cash, whose music was heavily inclined towards money, violence, and threats against rivals, was reportedly shot and killed in Chicago on early Friday, June 10. The 31-year-old hip-hop artist, according to ABC7 Chicago was with a woman in a car when the unfortunate incident took place. According to reports, police responded to a shooting that occurred earlier that morning.
Speaking of rappers getting shot and killed, artist VNZA was murdered in Missouri back in June. Brooklyn rapper Supa Gates too faced a similar fate after he was shot multiple times at St John’s Place near Troy Avenue in Crown Heights on April 11. Chicago rapper KTS Dre too made the headlines after he was shot 64 times on his head and other parts of his body in July 2021. Bay Area rapper Mike Darole was another hip-hop artist who was fatally shot during an attempted robbery in May 2021.
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Who killed FBG Cash?
According to reports, FBG Cash, whose real name is Tristian Hamilton was inside a vehicle when an unknown offender pulled up in a black four-door sedan. The individual got up and opened fire at the rapper and the woman whose age is being said to be 29. The woman sustained gunshot wounds to the left arm and upper back and she was reportedly transferred to Advocate Christ Medical Center. She seemed to be in a critical condition. FBG, on the other hand, too suffered several gunshot wounds. He was rushed to the same hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Speaking of who killed the Chicago native, no arrests have been made in the murder so far. According to Chicago Sun Times, the killer fled from the scene and is still at large. FBG was shot almost 12 hours before his new single ‘Crazy Lane’ was supposed to debut. According to the publication, the rapper had been driving around about 5:30 am, with the woman asleep in the car. The Cadillac driven by the alleged killer cut him off in the 1600 block of West 81st Street and two people got out and began shooting, according to police reports. The cops found 23 shell casings at the scene, including 14 from a rifle. For the unversed, FBG was a member of Chicago’s Fly Boy Gang [FBG], also called the Clout Boyz or “tooka gang” that also includes rappers namely Lil Jay, Wooski, Billionaire Black, Young Mello, FBG Dutchie, and the late FBG Duck, who was killed in 2020.
‘RIP FBG Cash but y’all should’ve known that was coming’
Social media users logged into Twitter to react to FBG Cash getting shot and killed. “Rappers getting killed shouldn't be the norm along with mass shootings as well this is insane the world we live in it's no longer safe y'all protect yourselves and always watch your backs out here shit isn't sweet out here no more”, said one user as another posted, “Every time I come on social media it’s some negative s**t. Rip though.”
The next one shared, “You CANT move that loose in Chicago, it’s bound to happen.” Whereas, one person added, “That’s wild, they taking out the lineage.” One individual asserted, “Dam bro was just getting better with the music making sum fye s**t dam”, as one concluded, “Rip FBG Cash but y’all should’ve known that was coming.”
Rappers getting killed shouldn't be the norm along with mass shootings as well this is insane the world we live in it's no longer safe y'all protect yourselves and always watch your backs out here shit isn't sweet out here no more— JTA100K🌞 (@JaredDaArtist) June 10, 2022
Everytime I come on social media it’s some negative sh!t. Rip though— Don jose 🇪🇸🇧🇪 (@rav_lota) June 10, 2022
You CANT move that loose in Chicago 💯💯it’s bound to happen— #JFlare_StendoWorld (@instendo_Gang) June 10, 2022
That’s wild, they taking out the lineage— SIRHC (@Biigheadz) June 10, 2022
Dam bro was just getting better with the music making sum fye shit dam— IG|@YUNGPESSO_ (@yungpesso) June 10, 2022
Rip fbg cash but y’all should’ve knew that was coming— p (@pmmaannn) June 10, 2022