After fielding what sounds like numerous calls about the fatal incident, Boosie made it clear he wanted nothing to do with anyone wanting to know what happened.
“Stop calling me n texting me,” he wrote alongside two red exclamation points. “FUCK YOU HOES, NIGGASn FAKE ASS FAMILY ALL YALL CAN SUCK MY DICK. ALL YALL GOT A MOTIVE FUCKING WOTH ME ANYWAY. Suckadick.”
Boosie and Mo3 released a mixtape called Mo3 BadAzz in February that included 15 collaborative tracks. Mo3 was also with Boosie during his now-infamous interview with Mike Tyson last month where the famed boxer confronted Boosie about transphobic comments he made about Dwyane Wade’s daughter. Needless to say, the two rappers were undeniably close.
Mo3 was driving on Interstate I-35 in Dallas when a man got out of his vehicle and started shooting.
He attempted to flee on foot, but the suspect chased him down and ultimately shot him in the back of the head. Although he was taken to a local hospital, he later died from his wounds. He was 28.