Rapper Casino Jizzle was fatally shot in Memphis, Tennessee on Tuesday (July 4).
Memphis police issued a warrant for a 27-year-old man named Michael Clayton in connection to the shooting. Clayton is wanted for first-degree murder.
Police said the murder suspect fled the scene in a black vehicle. They asked anyone with information about Clayton’s whereabouts to contact CrimeStoppers at 901-528-CASH.
Casino Jizzle, whose real name was Robert Tunstall, was shot and killed just a few days before he planned to release a new album titled Duh. The project, which features Don Trip, is scheduled to drop on Friday (July 7).
Tunstall was previously the victim of a shooting in the Memphis area in 2019. He got shot outside of a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Cordova. The rapper was in critical condition when he arrived at the hospital, but he survived the shooting.
Casino Jizzle released a music video for his song “Survivor” after the 2019 shooting. The video featured footage of him in the hospital and clips from news coverage of the shooting.