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The man responsible for taking rapper Bankroll Fresh‘s life earlier this year has come forward to speak out on what really happened.

According to fellow hip-hop artist No Plug, an argument with Bankroll ultimately turned ugly and forced him to take his friend’s life.

No Plug said that he fired a couple of shots in self-defense and then pulled away, fearing for his life. “He fired a shot, and s— happened. We pulled off, and he ended up dead,” No Plug said in the interview. Police and the Fulton County district attorney said they are aware of the video. No Plug has not been charged and is not being called a suspect. (WSB-TV)


A few months ago, Bankroll’s mentor 2 Chainz revealed a “Long Live Bank” customized hat.

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Earlier this year, Deuce explained his admiration for the late hip-hop artist.

“He was with my company, you know, signed to a company I’m a part of, Street Execs. He had his own movement called Street Money. He was an authentic rapper, trap rapper, from Atlanta, who touched many lives, lit up every room he went to. It was super unfortunate, super unnecessary, super senseless. And it just made me want to step up, use my platform for more positivity.” (“The Wendy Williams Show”)

In March, Atlanta rap star T.I. shared an emotional post on Bankroll’s life.

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