(AllHipHop News) There were a lot of rumors surrounding the killing of rising Atlanta rapper Trentavious “Bankroll Fresh” White immediately following his death on March 4.
Months later Bankroll’s longtime friend No Plug admitted he was involved in the shooting at Street Execs studio which caused the death of Bankroll.
No Plug has insisted the incident was the result of him trying to defend himself. 2016 XXL Freshman class member 21 Savage even backed up Plug’s claim in a sit-down at The Breakfast Club last week.
Bankroll Fresh’s Cousin Street Money Boochie has now conducted his own interview with GRIP Magazine.
“We all grown. It don’t take a rocket scientist to figure out it’s lies being told,” said Boochie.
He added, “Y’all know who Bankroll Fresh is… That’s just like if you see Jeezy with a gun in his hand and you’re like, ‘Jeezy’s trying to kill me.’ You know damn well this man got sh-t going on, family to feed. He ain’t got time to waste his life over yours.”
According to No Plug, Bankroll came to the studio the night of the shooting with the intent of confronting him over past issues between the two rappers. They reportedly got into a physical altercation inside the building.
At one point a shootout began outside the facility. Plug alleged it was Bankroll that fired first.
New reports suggest the Fulton County District Attorney’s office is still considering pressing charges against No Plug. His recent Q&A with VladTV may play a part in the D.A’s investigation.
Watch Street Money Boochie’s interview below.