Fivio Foreign shot in Atlanta?

Posted on August 09, 2020 at 2:45 p.m.

by Ben

It would seem that a new tragedy almost hit New York rap hard in recent hours. As several people have reported on social networks, the artist Fivio Foreign was the victim of gunfire. Announced dead at first, it would ultimately be nothing.

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More than fear than harm

The night of Saturday evening leaks particularly agitated on Twitter. The social network left a disturbing background noise: the specialty of the drill Fivio Foreign would have been hit by several shots near the Elleven45 lounge in Atlanta. A video even circulated on the web, presenting the supposed vehicle of Fivio riddled with bullet and surrounded by a police presence. To make matters worse and add a little more trouble to the situation, the mentions «R.I.P Fivio» circulated en masse on Twitter. Murda Beatz Even went there from his comment in an Instagram story: «M **** Fivio, the rap game is fucked up». Since then, the content in question has been deleted by the main interested party. And for good reason: Kenny Beatz reported hearing from the rapper: «I got confirmation that Fivio was fine». For his part, Murda wanted to apologize for this false fear: «I would like to offer you my sincere apologies. I received a call from a friend in Atlanta who gave me false information. Thank god he’s fine and I’m sorry I posted without confirmation».

Fivio is fine

In short, this incredible story will find its conclusion when the main interested party publishes a video on the networks, confirming that he is alive, seated at the restaurant. As a reminder, Fivio Foreign is an artist who received a nice spotlight on his work last year, when his banger Big Drip was remixed by Lil Baby and Quavo. Having signed an appearance on the track Demons of Drake in May 2020, he also collaborated with the late Pop Smoke on the slap Zoo York.

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