A teenage girl has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy in The Bronx final month over a drill rap beef, police stated.
The 17-year-old suspect, whose title was not launched because of her age, was charged Wednesday with homicide, manslaughter and felony possession of a weapon in the Nov. 30 killing of Prince Shabazz.
The younger sufferer was strolling along with his 15-year-old brother simply after 9:15 p.m. when a pair of masked shooters ambushed them on Morris Avenue, close to East 182nd Street, in Fordham Heights, in accordance with cops.
The shooters have been allegedly focusing on the older brother, who’s an aspiring drill rapper.
Disturbing footage obtained by The Post captured one of the shooters, sporting a blue bag over a shoulder, first hiding behind a parked automobile and the leaping out and opening fireplace on the brothers.
The teenagers turned again and tried to flee down the block, however the shooter pursued them and continued to fireplace wildly. Smoke will be seen popping out of the pistol’s muzzle in the video.
Shabazz, who was sporting a white shirt, abruptly falls out of the image, along with his brother persevering with forward.
He was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, the place he was declared lifeless. His brother was not injured.
Surveillance video obtained from a close-by retailer confirmed the shooters run previous the digicam, sporting hoodies and masks, proper after the homicide.
“My son was smart, charismatic, loved, and all he cared about is looking good,” the teenager’s heartbroken mom stated.
“He cared about looks, he cared about girls, he cared about clothes and looking good,” she added. “Anybody who met him, he’ll just charm you.”