A group of Atlanta gangsters pulled up on rapper Trippie Redd, as he made his way inside an Atlanta studio yesterday.
And the gangsters made sure to Livestream when they pulled up on the rapper - with guns ready.
Trippie Redd and rapper Blockboy JB were in East Atlanta, at a popular recording studio. The two rappers thought they would be safe, given they were with two security guards. But they were wrong.
Trippie Redd, real name Michael Lamar White IV, is best known for his songs "Dark Knight Dummo" (featuring Travis Scott) and "Topanga" with the former peaking at number 72 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the latter peaking at number 52.
His debut album, Life's a Trip debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 Album Chart selling 72,000 album-equivalent units. He earned his first ever number one album on the Billboard 200 with the release of A Love Letter to You.