On July 10, rapper Indian Red Boy, whose real name is Zerail Dijon Rivera, was shot during an Instagram live video. Several people have reacted to the same on Twitter as others paid tribute after the rapper’s death was confirmed.
The news about the young star comes days after it was revealed that TikTok star Swavy had been shot. Several friends of Indian Red Boy paid tribute to the late rapper on social media. Meanwhile, others admitted to coming across his Instagram live video and reacted to the same.
Indian Red Boy’s Instagram Live video explored
The Instagram Live video of the rapper showed him sitting in the car while having a conversation with a fellow social media star named Kapone. He goes by the username kapaalxt8 on Instagram.
The pair had been talking when shots were heard on the live. In the video, Kapone can be heard asking Indian Red Boy where he was. The video ends shortly after this exchange.
Following this, the news of his death was confirmed by Kapone on his Instagram. Kapone shared a couple of pictures with the late rapper. One of the captions read: “Still can’t believe you gone gankg. I see your face every time I close my eyes.”
Fans pay tribute to the rapper
The Instagram live video was captured by several people and has been going around on social media. Several people were quick to react to the same. One user wrote: “That Indian Red Boy video is brutal. One minute you laughing it up, next minute you gasping for breath begging for help.”
Another added: “That video of Indian Red Boy is sad asf I low key wish I didn’t watch it.” “Y’all be safe out there in L.A. man. I just saw them videos of Indian Red….that shit foul. Y’all please remain vigilant…my condolences to his family and loved ones,” said another.
What we know about the shooting so far
As per reports, the shooting had taken place at Hawthorne. As per the police, the shooting happened at 4 p.m. in the 14100 block of Chadron Avenue.
The report further stated that the “victim was a man in his 20s who was pronounced dead at the scene.” As of now, the story is still developing.