After a horrific attack that took the life of an innocent fan of the rap group Migos, police are questioning one of the group’s member about the incident. Police want answers from rapper Kiara Cephus regarding the June 11 murder of Paris Brown, according to a report.
Migos rapper Kiara Cephus is sticking to Biggie Smalls’ 9th rule: If you ain’t gettin’ bagged — stay away from the police! Authorities in Georgia are allegedly trying to get the 22-year-old rapper to talk so they can make sense of the death of a fan who was viciously killed in a hail of gunfire.
Migos Rapper: Georgia Murder Connection? Kiara Cephus Questioned By Police
Police believe that Migos fan Paris Brown was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time when he was shot and killed outside a Quality Inn hotel on June 11.
“He was just a supporter of the rap group Migos and essentially caught a stray bullet,” Cpl. Deon Washington revealed to WSB-TV news in Atlanta. How very sad.
The police believe that Migos rapper Kiara was actually the intended target — NOT the ultimate victim Paris. The shooting allegedly occurred because of a violent feud between Migos rappers and rival rap group 2G.
The police say Kiara won’t talk about the incident. “We know he was there, however, he would not cooperate with the police investigation,” Cpl. Deon explained.
Surveillance footage from the scene of the crime shows two men carrying guns. The police have identified one of the men on the survillance tape as Cory Marzette, a known affiliate of 2G. Police believe 2G is behind this gruesome murder, according to the report. Police do not yet know who the second person on the tape was. We certainly hope they can solve this case soon so Paris’ family can get some closure.
Migos: Rap Group Brags About Mafia-Style Shooting On Twitter
Unfortunately, Migos is no stranger to shootings. After the group’s van was shot at on a Miami-Dade County highway early in the morning of March 28, the group opened up — shockingly — about the gunfire on Twitter. The group actually returned fire on their assailants during the attack. Instead of being traumatized by the incident, the Migos actually acted proud of the whole thing. Wow. The group bragged on Twitter about the whole incident.
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— Eric Ray
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