Violence In Louisiana, 5th Ward Weebie Wanted, 'Boss Playa' Dead

Police are seeking

to question New Orleans, Louisiana rapper 5th Ward Weebie in connection with a

fatal shooting in April.

Weebie, born Jerome

Cosey, allegedly left the scene of a nightclub shooting with an unidentified

man who is suspected of shooting and killing a man at a Vacherie night club.

Police seek to charge

Cosey, 27, with accessory to second-degree murder, but sources told

that rapper has not formally been charged with any crime.

Police have not

released details or revealed what led to the fatal shooting.

Cosey released

three albums, one for Southcoast Music Group, one for Fat Boy records and another

for Kane and Abel’s Most Wanted Empire imprint.

In related news,

sources told that violence claimed “Boss Playa,” another

rapper associated with Kane & Abel that appeared on several of their songs

as well.

While details are sketchy, sources said the rapper was gunned down outside a

local barbershop.