Flow, an artist on Lil Wayne’s YMCMB label, is wanted for a double homicide. The “Withdrawals” rapper, born Widner Degruy, is alleged to have been involved in the double murder of two brothers in New Orleans, according to The Times-Picayune.
Kendrick and Kendred Bishop, ages 22 and 18, were reportedly found shot early May 25 inside a black Kia Cadenza. Flow, 23, and a second unidentified suspect were caught on surveillance running away from the scene of the crime. A second surveillance footage shows Flow and the other suspect making a purchase at a nearby store.
Once apprehended, Flow will face two charges of second-degree murder.
Flow was charged with attempted murder in 2013. Flow is alleged to have shot at a male acquaintance on April 29. On the same night, he and two others were alleged to have beaten and robbed a man of cash and a cell phone. Flow fled to Oakland, CA where he was later arrested.
Flow appeared on Lil Wayne’s “Sorry 4 The Wait” and “Dedication” mixtapes. He also spit a freestyle alongside Weezy in the YMCMB cipher,
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