Lil Wayne’s YMCMB artist Flow is accused of being involved in the May 25 shooting deaths of two brothers, Kendred, 18, and 22-year-old Kendrick “Muddcupbuddy” Bishop. A second suspect, Jonathan Evans, 18, was also charged in the shooting deaths. Flow and Evans each face two counts of second-degree murder.
The older Bishop was a friend and rap affiliate of Flow. Flow took to IG to express shock and sadness over Kendrick’s death after posting a photo of the slain rapper with words “Rest In Peace Muddcupbuddy.”
His caption on the post read, “MOB in Peace slime ..Abk FGM Boming behind dat @muddycupbuddy dat mixtape still Boming out knuckle headz .. N u spitting dat crack ..we sliding fa u on piiiru!!! Love u Blood…. We was just turning up at da tune show ..smh.”
A few weeks prior to this post, Flow took to IG request fans to follow the rapper’s account.
Flow’s caption read, “FGM follow …2K1 is ours….the New New Orleans ..I told yall.”
Surveillance footage shows Flow and Evans running from the scene of the Kendred and Kendrick’s crime scene. A second surveillance footage shows Flow and the other suspect making a purchase at a nearby store.
Flow is also alleged to have left his cell phone outside of the vehicle. He returned to the scene of the crime to retrieve it.
When Flow arrived on scene, he acted as though he had just learned the two brothers were dead, the New Orleans Advocate reports. The interaction between Flow and officers was caught on an officer’s body-worn camera.
Flow reportedly told police he had been dropped off on the street by the victims but that another person had also been in the car.
Flow then told officers he might’ve left his phone inside the car, acted shocked to see it on the ground instead and lied about his name.
Flow would later change his story after going in for questioning. He claimed that after being dropped off at home by the Bishop brothers, he opened his door to the sound of gunshots. He ran up to the victims’ car and tried to call the police, but his phone’s screen was cracked.
In a fit of rage at the malfunctioning device, Flow told police he threw his phone on the ground and went home to try to get help.
Police would later issue a warrant for Flow’s arrest after examining evidence.
Flow was apprehended in Baton Rouge Wednesday after being on the run for several weeks, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
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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YMCMB’s Flow Expressed Shock and Sadness On IG After Killing Friend and Rap Affiliate ‘Muddcupbuddy’
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