(AllHipHop News) Jacksonville, Florida rapper Yungeen Ace was involved in a violent altercation, which left one man dead over the weekend.
According to police, three men "ambushed" Yungeen Ace and a group of his associates at a Hampton Inn hotel in Waycross, Georiga.
The gunmen saw the group and started shooting. Jeremy Brookins, of Jacksonville, was killed as a result of the gunfire.
Three suspects were arrested and hit with gun and marijuana charges.
The police have just started an investigation and they are asking any witnesses to come forward.
Ironically, Yungeen Ace recently released a song titled "Murder Rate Rising."
So far, Yungeen Ace's career has been mired with legal problems and violence.
Back in October, he was sent to jail for violating his probation when he made an unannounced visit to a local mall without the permission of his parole officer.
In June of 2018, the rapper, Keyanta Bullard, survived a vicious triple-homicide, which took the life of his younger brother and two other men who shot them at the same mall.
He was also briefly jailed for touching a firearm in a local gun store, which violated the terms of release for a previous arrest for drugs and a gun.