UPDATED 5/30, 2:55 p.m. ET: A man has been arrested and charged with murder in connection to the shooting at Boosie Badazz and Dee Rogers’ video shoot in Huntsville, Alabama.
Christopher Kwan Freeman turned himself in to the Huntsville police on Sunday at around 9:30 a.m. local time. TMZ reports that the 22-year-old ended up fatally shooting 20-year-old Randall Strong Jr. after the two ended up in a physical altercation.
According to WHNT, Freeman is on a $75,000 bond at a local jail.
See original story from 5/29/21 below.
Shots were fired at Boosie Badazz and Dee Rogers’ video shoot, allegedly leaving one person in critical condition as emergency medical services arrived. Boosie reportedly left the incident that occured in Huntsville, Alabama unharmed.
Video footage from the shoot shows Boosie surrounded by an entourage and toting weapons as they rap lyrics to “Clutchin’” when gunfire begins to ring out. The video cuts off after that point, so it cannot be seen where the shots were coming from.
According to TMZ, police questioned several witnesses, since there were nearly 100 people outside when the shooting took place, but no one divulged any information that helped investigators discover who was behind it. While it’s still unclear who was involved in the shooting, this most recent violent event goes hand-in-hand in several other occasions involving Boosie avoiding gunfire. In November of last year, Boosie needed two surgeries to remove the bullet fragments lodged in his foot from a shooting that occurred and had some screws put in while it healed.
Rumors even began swirling that he might need to have a leg amputated, but they were quickly debunked. Boosie and Dee Rogers haven’t commented on the shooting yet.
Boosie is scheduled to perform at Hideaway 2.0 in Huntsville. According to the club promoter via his IG Stories, Boosie is expected to appear and perform tonight.