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They killed a famous ‘tiktoker’ during a shooting outside a supermarket

They killed a famous ‘tiktoker’ during a shooting outside a supermarket

News of the 43-year-old Montrell’s death spread on social media Friday night, although his identity was only revealed Saturday afternoon after being confirmed by his family and a lawyer.



Courtesy | According to a relative of the comedian, Mondrell moved to Los Angeles to continue his entertainment career.

‘Influencer’ and TikTok star Brandon Mondrell lost his life this Friday in the middle of a shooting at a supermarket in New Orleans (USA), where he was visiting for the Christmas holidays.

The comedian, known as ‘Boogie B’, was parked in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Rose Market store in the Warehouse District when the tragedy occurred. While her grandmother was waiting to pick up Christmas groceries from the supermarket, she was struck by a stray bullet from a shootout between two men, Fox8 reports.

News of the 43-year-old Mandrell’s death spread on social media Friday night, although his identity was only revealed Saturday afternoon after being confirmed by his family and a lawyer.

“My son was not a victim of a stray bullet. “He was the victim of decades of neglect that left the youth of New Orleans with no hope for the future and no real fear of consequences,” his mother Sherlyn Price said in a statement.

According to a relative of the comedian, Mondrell moved to Los Angeles to pursue his entertainment career, but decided to return to his hometown in Louisiana to spend the holidays with his mother and grandmother.

For their part, the police have identified two suspects considered dangerous in the murder. Photographs of them and their vehicle were pasted.

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‘Boogie B’ is popular with more than 226,000 followers on TikTok and other social media. He rose to fame with his ‘Hood History’ video series, in which he shares historical places, events and people of New Orleans with a humorous twist.

Known for its nightlife, New Orleans has the highest homicide rate in the U.S., with 41 murders per 100,000 residents in the first half of the year, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.

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