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Pop Smoke’s Murder Is ‘Investigated As Gang Hit’ And Not A Robbery Gone Wrong

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American rapper, Pop Smoke’s murder is reportedly being investigated as a gang-related attack and not a robbery gone wrong.

The 20-year-old rapper was shot dead at a home in Hollywood Hills at about 4.30am Wednesday.

Initially, it was reported that Pop Smoke died in a home invasion robbery because it came hours after he shared several media posts including his home address online. But authorities are now treating the case as a targeted hit based on surveillance video from the property.

Insiders who have seen CCTV footage told TMZ that four men were seen entering the $2.5million home on Hercules Drive and later flee the property empty-handed after carrying out the crime.

The suspect, who TMZ said is presumed to be the shooter, fled through the front door with nothing in his hands. He and his alleged accomplices are still on the run as of Thursday morning

At a press conference Wednesday morning, LAPD Captain Steve Lurie said authorities were searching for between two and six suspects.

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Stonebwoy Tours Big Boss Factory

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Exercising one of his due responsibilities as a brand ambassador and franchisee, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Burniton Music Group (BMG), Stonebwoy, has, on Wednesday, September 23rd, paid a visit to Bel Beverages; a Ghanaian producer of a variety of top of the range non-alcoholic drinks, including the widely accepted Big Boss energy drink.

His visit was to categorically “inspect and authenticate” the new labeling which has his photo printed on it. The inspection was followed by an aerial tour of the factory where a variety of drinks are produced and how every step of the production is manned by a workforce of people passionate about delivering quality unparalleled refreshments to our customers.

Stonebwoy and his entourage later took a trip to Ashaiman where he was born and bred to make some giveaways of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) vetted and approved energy drink, and to have an intimate interaction with the natives of the town and most importantly, ardent followers of his craft who amassed in their numbers to give him an experience.

Barely two months after he secured an ambassadorial deal with the non-alcoholic producing firm, Ghanaian Reggae/Ragga & Dance-hall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla fully purchased the owning rights of the energy drink, Big Boss. The deal saw the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards winner take control of the energy drink’s franchise and act as the president, while it’s still produced by Bel Beverages.

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