A 16-year-old boy appeared in bond court today for the killing of two teenagers last week in South Side Chicago.
Anthony Murphy was denied bail for his alleged role in the fatal shootings of Donta Parker, 16, and Sakinah Reed 17, as well as the shooting of 16-year-old GMEBE Bravo who suffered gunshot wounds to his hand and foot.
Reed was shot twice in the chest, and Parker was shot in the head. The two teens were pronounced dead at Advocate Christ Medical Center.
Murphy was ordered to stand trial as an adult after he was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of aggravated battery with a firearm.
Bravo has since left the hospital and spoke on the shooting incident in song “Demon’d Up.”
Bravo tapped Drill City Productions to hook up the visual for his single.
Bravo raps, “These n****s don’t know what I seen, every night I have them dreams/Every night wake up in sweat/Everyday a n***a stressed/For Lil Moe we make a mess/For Kinah Moe we make a mess.”
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