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According to several sources, Indian Red Boy, a rapper from California, was killed on Thursday, July 8, inside his vehicle. The event occurred on Instagram while the 21-year-old rapper, whose actual name is Zerail Dijon Rivera, was chatting with Kapone, another social media personality. Shots could be heard on Instagram Live as the two were conversing.
Native Red Boy was shot in the face, according to reports, and was pronounced dead at the scene. The news was shared on Instagram by Kapone, also known as kapaalxt8. Along with a commemorative note, he tweeted a video of Indian Red Boy dancing. “LLINDIANREDD. BANGKOK, YOU ARE MY DREAM.
A Native American boy is shot to death. On IG Live The minutes before Indian Red Boy died are depicted in a video that is going viral on social media. Kapone asked the rapper, in line with HITC, where he was. Native Red Boy was heard yelling “seek aid” after many rounds were fired, according to All Hop Hop, before falling. Shortly after the two guys’ conversation, the disturbing video came to an end. On the day of the shooting, the Hawthorne local department provided some information. The event reportedly took place near Hawthorne’s 14100 block of Chadron Avenue. At about 4:00 p.m., there was a shooting.
Indian Red Boy was shot many times, according to Hawthorne police Lt. Ti Goetz. Before the police came, the suspect left the area. According to the Daily Breeze, Goetz stated that the shooting “looks to have been a walk-up shooting, and he appears to have been targeted.” Authorities are still investigating the suspect who is responsible for Indian Red Boy’s death. They are examining the neighborhood’s video system. It is still unclear why the shooting occurred.
On the contrary, according to All Hip Hop, there are stories going around that he was supposedly killed because of Nipsey Hussle. On Twitter, a number of people have posted remarks in relation to the video. “That Indian Red Boy video is awful,” tweeted one user. You’re smiling one moment, and then pleading for assistance because you can’t breathe.