Police Publish Footage Of Bankroll Fresh Shooting
(AllHipHop News) Atlanta police have released surveillance video capturing the shooting death of popular Atlanta rapper Bankroll Fresh.
Investigators published the shocking video yesterday (February 22).
Bankroll, born Trentavious Zamon White Sr., was shot and killed on March 4, 2016, after a shootout outside of Atlanta recording studio.
Police believe Bankroll Fresh fired the first bullets in the wild shootout, although the case is still being investigated.
Soon after Bankroll was killed, his childhood friend and fellow rapper No Plug confessed to the murder.
The disturbance that led to Bankroll Fresh’s death began with an argument in the studio, which intensified into a brawl between Bankroll and No Plug.
According to No Plug, he left the studio and only went back to search for a few cell phones he had misplaced during the tussle.
When he returned to the studio, he was greeted by Bankroll Fresh, who was allegedly wielding brandishing AK-47, resulting in gunplay, and ultimately, Bankroll's death.
Bankroll’s uncle Marvin "Shadi" Powers addressed No Plug’s confession during an interview with AllHipHop.com.
“Just because Homicide interviews you and lets you go don’t mean it’s over. They just ain’t got enough information. It’s an open investigation,” Marvin Powers told AllHipHop.com.
Take a look take a look at the shocking video below: