Chicago Rapper Denies Pissing On ‘Dead Opps’ As Cops Make Arrest In Daughter's Murder

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CHICAGO, ILL – Chicago native Jontae Adams is mourning the loss of his 7-year-old daughter, Jaslyn Adams, after she was killed in a shooting at a Chicago McDonald’s drive-thru earlier in April. A video began circulating social media of Adams pissing on his opps’ grave, but he took to Facebook Live to deny it being actually him in the viral clip, which some believed could’ve been the reason behind the shooting altercation.

“That’s not me pissing on no videos,” he said. “But I’m not no saint, I do know the people that are in the video. Y’all gotta stop running y’all mouth until you get full details. I was on house arrest the whole time that was going down.”

Adams explained that the mother of Jaslyn claimed he isn’t even the biological father to his baby girl and that he and his family aren’t even welcomed at the funeral arrangements.

On April 19, two armed individuals opened fire on Adams’ silver sedan with seven shots striking and tragically killing the 7-year-old. Jontae Adams was hit but suffered non-threatening injuries that will leave him on crutches for a few weeks.

According to ABC7, Chicago police made one arrest of 18-year-old Marion Lewis, who is being charged with first-degree murder among 17 felonies in total. Police are calling for the other suspects in the shooting of the first-grader to come forward.

“You can run but you can’t hide,” Chicago Police Department Superintendent David Brown said at a news conference. “We are going to bring you to justice for this crime. The Adams family deserves nothing less.”