Atlanta rapper YFN Lucci is in serious trouble. Authorities in the ATL are looking for the platinum-selling artist, who is wanted as a suspect in a murder that happened last month.
YFN Lucci Suspected In Shootout That Left 1 Dead
On Dec. 10, a shootout in southwest Atlanta claimed the life of 28-year-old James Adams and left another man wounded. Two suspects, 23-year-old Ra’von Boyd and 17-year-old Leroy Pitts, were later arrested on Miami, and now 29-year-old YFN Lucci (a.k.a. Rayshawn Bennett) is wanted in connection with the crime.
BREAKING: Rapper YFN Lucci wanted in fatal SW Atlanta shootout
Where Is YFN Lucci?
Atlanta police are actively looking for YFN Lucci, and a $5,000 reward has been offered to anyone who helps in his capture. The rapper hasn’t posted anything on social media in at least five days, but one of his most recent Twitter posts now seems cryptic given the situation.
“Gotta remain real in a room full of fakes”
No Reaction Yet From YFN Lucci’s Girlfriend Reginae Carter
YFN Lucci’s girlfriend, reality TV star Reginae Carter (daughter of New Orleans rap legend Lil Wayne) was relatively quiet on social media on the day police announced Lucci was wanted. But her friend and fellow reality TV vet Deyjah Harris (daughter of ATL rap icon T.I.) recently tweeted something that could also be cryptic.
“reginae deserves nothing but the best”
NBA YoungBoy Affiliate Indicted In Rival Rapper’s Murder
Louisiana rapper NBA YoungBoy is indirectly involved in a murder case. Never Broke Again crew affiliate Deandre Fields has been indicted in the 2017 murder of local rapper Gee Money, a.k.a. Garrett Burton, who was beefing with NBA YoungBoy at the time.
Deandre Fields, 26, of New Roads, is accused of killing Gee Money, whose real name is Garrett Burton, in a parking lot outside Burton’s music studio on Dallas Drive in Baton Rouge in September 2017. Fields was arrested in June 2019 in the killing of Burton, who performed with the TBG (Top Boy Gorilla) group. NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, founded the NBA (Never Broke Again) group. (The Advocate)