In his Instagram Story, the ‘Back in Blood’ rapper claims he scares away clubgoers in Miami by firing his gun, but denies that something is stolen from him.
AceShowbiz –Pooh Shiesty is apparently always armed and ready whenever he’s on stage. The rapper was reportedly involved in a shoot-up after he was robbed for $40,000 while performing in Miami over the weekend.
In a video which has circulated online, the Memphis native was initially seen performing in a packed club. He stood close to the edge of the stage while the audience all looked excited and hyped. The rapper was also seen having a stack of cash in each of his pants’ side pocket, while somebody in the audience made it rain.
Later in a video which seemingly was shared by Pooh himself, he bragged about scaring away clubgoers by firing his gun. The clip didn’t capture the alleged shooting itself, but people were seen scrambling to safety. “Me start shooting [smiling face with tears emojis] Look at all dem cowards a** Mfs running,” so read a caption of the video.
Other posts shared by clubgoers seemed to confirm the shooting. “He shoot up,” one screamed in a clip as Pooh was being escorted out of the club by security while he was wearing a black balaclava mask to cover his face.
Over the Internet, people were talking that Pooh, whose real name is Lontrell Dennell Williams, Jr., started shooting after somebody snatched his money out of his pocket. The hip-hop star himself, however, denied that he was robbed at the club, posting on his Instagram Story after the alleged shooting, “False allegations nothing ever been took from me.”
Police have not confirmed the shooting and it’s unclear if authorities have received report about the alleged shooting. Should this be true, it wouldn’t be the first time Pooh got involved in a similar incident.
Back in October 2020, the 21-year-old rap star, who is signed to Gucci Mane‘s 1017 Records and Atlantic Records, was arrested in connection to a shooting in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida. He faced several charges including armed robbery, aggravated assault and battery, and criminal theft. He, however, was released from custody on the same day of his arrest.
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