Dallas rapper Yella Beezy was shot eight times early Sunday morning, according to reports.
The That’s On Me rapper was said to have been traveling in a vehicle on a highway when the incident took place.
At least twelve shots were reported to have been fired, with Yella Beezy said to have been hit eight times.
Sources Say That Yella Beezy Was Shot 8 Times Last Night Prayers Up 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/3hw0iQUpHH
— Dallas Global (@1DallasGlobal) October 14, 2018
Yella is said to have survived the attack before being taken to hospital. His current condition is unknown.
The reported shooting came just hours after comedian Roylee Pate, who previously had beef with Yella Beezy, passed away.
Two weeks ago, Roylee Pate was shot in the foot, leading to his death on Saturday from a blood clot in his lung.
Some Twitter users have linked the two stories.
when I was in the shop yesterday we was talkin bout roylee pate dyin due to that blood clot from gettin shot and the next thing a nigga said was his ppl was gon retaliate on yella beezy…its the next day and look what happened
— PATS 3-2 (@IScoutGirls) October 14, 2018
Texas rapper "That's On Me" Yella Beezy shot at over a dozen times in Lewisville Texas he's currently hospitalized
— Treehouse 🏡 (@DailyTreehouse) October 14, 2018
Yella Beezy getting pop is all Roylee retaliation i suppose. It’s hot in Dallas
— C-32 (@CeeBoogie) October 14, 2018
Yella Beezy is a Dallas rapper who recently has begun to achieve real success.
His single That’s On Me receives regular radio play in the Dallas area and beyond. The song, which became a local summer anthem, recently went gold.
Some have linked the story about his death to a police report from last night which reveals how a 26-year old man was shot on Highway 121 on the Sam Rayburn Tollway in Lewisville around 3:30 am.
The vehicle was traveling along the highway when another vehicle pulled up alongside them, unloading 12 rounds into the moving vehicle.
The victim’s identity was identified as Deandre Conway. Yella Beezy’s real name is not known.
Lewisville Police revealed to Monsters and Critics that they have no current suspects.