New Orleans authorities have made an arrest in connection to the homicide of rapper Young Greatness.
According to The Times-Picayune, it's 38-year-old Donald Reaux who was booked Wednesday on expenses that embrace accent to second-degree homicide and obstruction of justice. Police haven't confirmed how Reaux is related to the homicide.
Greatness, born Theodore Jones, was killed on October 29th exterior of a Waffle House. Soon after, his stolen car was recovered with police releasing photos of Reaux as a "individual of curiosity." According to The New Orleans Advocate, police are nonetheless trying to find the 2 gunmen accountable for firing at Young Greatness's car within the Waffle House car parking zone, reporting that Reaux's bail has been set at $15,000.
Young Greatness, solely 35-years previous on the time of his loss of life, was most identified for his 2015 hit "Moolah," which peaked at No. 85 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. After a run with Quality Control, Greatness signed with Cash Money and made the transfer again to his hometown to NOLA in 2017.
"It’s a tune about rejoicing after you achieved hustled," Greatness informed HNHHagain in 2016. "You achieved hustled for a very long time and you bought some cash and also you simply joyful, what I’m saying?"