FBG Duck (Chicago Rapper Shot Dead) Wikipedia – FBG Duck Bio
FBG Duck is a Chicago rapper who is being reported to have been shot dead while shopping in Chicago’s famed Gold Coast neighborhood on Tuesday, August 4th, 2020. Four shooters exited two cars and opened fire on the rapper and others, according to ABC 7. Authorities have not yet confirmed the victim’s name, although they did release demographic information, including age, that matched FBG Duck.
He was born on December 6th, 1993 and died on August 4th, 2020 at the age of 26.
FBG Duck Identified as the Rapper Shot Dead in Chicago
— Tom Ahern (@TomAhernCPD) August 4, 2020
According to his friends, a Gold Coast shoot left a Chicago rapper dead on Tuesday afternoon. Chicago police said the other two were seriously injured.
The shooting took place just before 16:40. 70 E. Oak St. Near him, the police said.
East Oak Street is typically known for some of Chicago’s most expensive purchases, but it turned into a weapon event on Tuesday, shaken with a firearm and filled with bullet casings.
When two vehicles were lifted, three people were shopping on Oak Street. Police said four people got out of these vehicles and fired at the sidewalk shoppers.
“The criminals later opened firearms and fire on all three victims,” police said on Tuesday evening. Said.
Police said the shooters fled the scene by car.
A 26-year-old boy was shot in the chest, groin, and neck. Police said he was taken to the northwest Hospital and died immediately after 5:00.
People who knew multiple friends and dying men identified him as the Chicago rapper FBG Duck.
Cook County Medical Clinic has identified it as Carlton Weekly from Markham.
A 28-year-old woman was shot in the hand and her condition was stable. Joseph Hospital.
A 36-year-old man is in serious condition at Northwestern Hospital after being shot from behind and from the side.
One man said, “A man pulled a gun and started shooting from another close range; after he stopped firing, the man who made the fire ran like this.” Said.
Chicago community activist Ja’Mal Green said a few people were calling him about the shot. He was told that FBG Duck was shopping with his friends when someone fired on them.
Police said they were standing on the sidewalk next to Dolce and Gabbana store, only a few steps from Michigan Avenue.
Green described the 26-year-old boy as a respected, beloved rapper but also a hated rapper in the music world.
Many young people looked at him and liked his music. They will need help to deal with the loss.
“I was standing here and I saw people running from all directions trying to look for covers,” said local business owner Howard Gordon. Said. “I was standing where we are now, and I heard what I thought was a machine gun, and then a black car going down Oak Street was sinking.”
Business owner Barbara Gordon said she counted about 17 shots.
Shoppers and residents fluttered as the two men fell from the bullet flow to the ground.
The police found a gun from the scene.
The shot is being investigated.
The police asked people to avoid the area while investigating. They are working to recover videos from nearby stores and are looking for witnesses.