Atlanta police have released surveillance footage showing the moments before Bankroll Fresh’s fatal shooting in March 2016.
Bankroll Fresh, formerly known as Yung Fresh, was shot and killed outside Street Execs Studio at 1740 Defoor Place in northeast Atlanta. There were at least 50 shell casings found on the ground outside the studio, according to NBC 11Alive.
The “Hot Boy” rapper died while in transit to the hospital.
Bankroll, who can be seen in footage carrying an assault rifle, is believed to have fired the first shot, Atlanta PD claim. The entire footage has not been released because police say it’s too graphic.
Bankroll’s former friend, No Plug, has taken credit for the shooting. He sat down with Vlad TV to provide his account of the events that occurred on the night of Friday, March 4.
Plug said him and Fresh had been friends since 10 years old. Their relationship soured after it was discovered they were sleeping with the same woman.
Their relationship worsened after associates of No Plug kicked Fresh out of Atlanta’s 9th Ward during a Turkey Drive in 2015.
The turkey drive incident is what led to Plug and Fresh’s altercation at Street Execs studio. A brief scuffle ensued before No Plug left the vicinity. He returned after learning he lost two of his phones during the fight.
A shootout occurred after No Plug went back to the studio. No Plug said Fresh died after he was hit with a ricochet bullet.
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