The family of Andre
“Mac Dre” Hicks will hold a public viewing for the rapper, who was
shot to death on a stretch of highway in Kansas City.
The family will
hold the viewing from noon to 5 p.m. at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 1735 Enterprise
Drive, in Fairfield, California
A private service
for the family will also take place.
Police have met
a stone wall while investigating the case, thus far. Reports said that as many
as 12 people in Hicks’ entourage refused to cooperate. Some even denied
Police are honing
in on the Mac Dre’s tour schedule, seeking to determine a motive as to
why the rapper was gunned down in what they say was a premeditated attack in
a stolen car.
Mac Dre released
more than 20 albums during his career.
He served five-years
in prison for conspiracy to rob a bank, after police identified him as part
of Vallejo’s notorious Romper Room Gang.