Mo3 was shot and killed in a brazen attack, as he drove along R.L. Thornton Freeway. The Dallas-based rapper left a female companion’s house Wednesday morning and noticed he was being watched. It’s unclear who the person tailing him was, but we’re told they followed him in their vehicle from the home to a gas station.
Our sources say that’s when Mo3 knew something was up and jumped on I-35 in an attempt to lose the other vehicle. We’re told he tried to get around traffic but ended up crashing on the side of the road.
That’s when Mo3 got out of his car and ran for his life before the trigger man gave chase and shot him in the back of the head. No one’s been arrested for the deadly shooting, and police haven’t identified a suspect yet.
Mo3’s Death has led to a string of murders in Dallas
Unfortunately, the Death of Mo3 has led to a string of murders in Dallas. One day after the vigil, Rapper Boosie was injured in a shooting attack at Dallas’ Big T Bazaar. “There are other shootings loosely related to the Mo3 shooting,” Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall confirmed Monday, Nov. 16.
Hall said detectives need help solving several violent crimes over the past week that are related to the rapper’s death. “We are in the midst of a storm, fueled by anger, irresponsible people using guns to solve problems,” Chief Hall said.
Investigators are looking into incidents that have sparked shootings nationwide. Over the past 48 hours, DPD listed eight homicides in six shootings. On Sunday, father Raul Carillo Resendiz and his 30-year-old daughter, Diana were killed. Police are looking for three men.
Earlier that morning, police say Pablo Chavez shot and killed two people outside a Dallas bar on Harry Hines Boulevard. Chavez is in jail, facing a capital murder charge.