Rob49, a well-known rapper from New Orleans who is only 23 years old, was recently shot while filming French Montana’s music video in Miami on January 5, 2023. He managed to get away, which is great because he is now safe. Even though he is also hurt, it seems that Montana’s security is fighting for his life.
The names of the other people who were shot and hurt have not been made public yet, according to Royal Intel, which said that ten people were shot and hurt. A few people have been brought to the Ryder Trauma Center. As people are shot outside of The Licking restaurant in Miami Gardens, Florida’s 17600 block of Northwest 27th Avenue, the injured can be seen lying on the ground.
A video of the event that has already gone viral on the Internet says so. By 8 o’clock at night, the police had arrived, but no one has been arrested so far. Rob49 was born on March 6, 1999. His songs about street hustlers and strong visuals were inspired by things that happened to him. He has built a successful career in the music business.
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Even though he was very young when he became interested in rapping, he didn’t record any music until 2020. But after a recording session with one of his friends showed how good he was, he started going to sessions regularly. From then on, his life was different in every way. Rob49 started putting out songs like “Krazy Man,” “Vulture,” and “4our the World” to add to his mixtapes.
In 2021, he released another project called 4GOD. The next year, his first studio album, Welcome to Vulture Island, came out. Rob49 started putting out singles, like Krazy Man, Vulture, and 4our the World, that were on his mixtapes. Welcome to Vulture Island, his first studio album, came out in 2021. In 2022, he released another project called 4GOD.
Fans of music liked the second one better because it had Lil Baby, Birdman, Doe Boy, and other artists as guests. Even though he had a degree in nursing, he changed his mind and decided to become a successful rapper instead. The Weeknd, Meek Mill, and Future had a big impact on him. When he was young, both of his parents were in prison.
In 2005, when he was just a toddler, his whole family had to move to Houston because of Hurricane Katrina. When he thought back, he said, “Not a single window rose.” We didn’t have brakes on the car. We were going 60 miles per hour on the highway with the doors open.