The death of Milwaukee rapper Fatboi Gwalla Gwalla, whose body was found inside a burning car, was ruled as a homicide.
According to CBS the medical examiner has ruled his death a homicide and the Milwaukee Police are now asking people to come forward with information. The death occurred on Tuesday. No more information has been released.
Activists and law enforcement are working hard to battle the growing violence in the city.
“A lot of talent is gone, it’s gone way too soon,” activist Tracey Dent told CBS. “It’s a sense of urgency right now because people are scared, you know, they’re scared to come out of their house, because someone is getting shot or killed every single day.”
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There have been 59 homicides in the city since the start of the year. The news outlet also reports that the city is also averaging more than two non-fatal shootings a day in 2021 as well as doubling the amount of those shootings compared to last year.