GloRilla Reacts To Murder Of Yo Gotti’s Brother Big Jook As Eerie IG Post Haunts His Page


A few hours after the news broke, the Collective Music Group (CMG) artist posted an Instagram photo of herself with him at the Grammys.

The Memphis rap community was rocked on Saturday (January 13) after learning Yo Gotti’s brother Anthony “Big Jook” Mims had been killed.

A few hours after the news broke, Collective Music Group (CMG) artist GloRilla posted an Instagram photo of herself with CMG founder Yo Gotti and Mims at the Grammys, expressing her sorrow over the senseless tragedy. She wrote simply, “Get your rest” followed by a tear, heartbreak and dove emoji.

The shooting took place outside of Perignons Restaurant and Event Center on the 6300 block of Winchester Road, and two men were injured. One man—later identified as Mims—was rushed to a hospital, where he died. The other man arrived at St. Francis Hospital by private vehicle and was listed in critical condition. Police believe they were both targeted.

The shooting occurred during a repast, a meal shared by family and friends of the deceased person after a funeral service as a way to reminisce, celebrate and honor the deceased after the formal services are over. Several social media posts claim Mims was shot at least 10 times. Police have obtained surveillance footage of the shooting but have not been able to identify the suspect.

While it’s unconfirmed who’s funeral Mims was attending, both he and Gotti’s sister (who goes by Robin Chanel on Instagram) posted an “RIP” post about a man named Eric Bovan. His last Instagram post included the caption, “They don’t want to face you they wanna snake you…Stay alert 2 stay alive watch your back at all times…Put snakes on the plate and eat great.” Find it below.

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