B was one of the dozens
of witnesses questioned by police and released without being charged,
after record producer and cofounder of Ronlan
Entertainment, Ronald Blackburn was shot and killed. Blackburn
died outside the upscale Glas Kat Supper Club in San Francisco's
South of Market District.
incident occurred around 1:30 am, Thursday morning (the 20th of
April) after an invitation only party for Money B, who was celebrating
his solo record, Talkin Dirty.
arrests have been made so far in this tragic incident, and there
has been no clear motive defined for the shooting. Police spokesman
Sherman Ackerson would not confirm reports that Blackburn had
been banging on the SUV, and that shots were fired from inside
the vehicle. Ackerson said "There was simply an altercation
of some sort." Ronlan Entertainment had just signed an 18
month agreement with K-Tel records to distribute the labels releases,
including SILK-E, who was a winner on MTV's show, The Cut.