New Police Report Says That The Funds Fresh That May Have Been The First In The Shooting Death
Surveillance footage of the fateful night may have some answers to the mystery.
Atlanta, GA – we are nearing the one-year anniversary of Funds Frescoes of the murder and the case has not yet been resolved.
Today (22 February), the police released surveillance footage of the fateful night in which the rapper from Atlanta was shot and killed outside of the Street of the Executives of the studies. Atlanta's WSB-TV explains that the authorities say Bankroll can be seen holding and firing an assault rifle, possibly aimed at a black car parked on the street. They believe that this could be evidence that he fired the first shot in the incident. The above evidence confirmed that 50 shots in all were fired.
In a controversial interview with DJ Vlad in July, do Not Plug admitted the murder of Funding Frescoes and said that he acted in self-defense.
The researchers say that it is too soon to draw conclusions about what happened that night.
"What you see in the video, although it could be as clear as day, it could be something more than what you're actually seeing," Principal Adam Lee III of the Atlanta Police, says.
The District Attorney is now handling the case and a spokesman said in a statement that the investigation is taking more time than initially estimated.
"We are considering the additional evidence that we have discovered in the case," the statement said, "because of this information, we have not been able to make a decision by the original deadline. We have to reach a decision, we will notify the families and then the public."
Earlier this month, HipHopDX spoke with Cassius Jay who produced Funds Frescoes of the hit song "Hot Boy" for keeping the rapper's legacy alive.
"He was a good guy and stuff, so I don't feel like that should be in any way," he says of the release of the new music. "Your family can do it, but you should not be releasing any of his music, since I don't have the consent to do so. I don't even want to try to take it to 'em, because you know how the industry is now, so we ju