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BREAKING!! Yungeen Ace Admits To Putting A Hit On Julio Foolio

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Yungeen Ace Admits To Putting A Hit On Julio Foolio The Same Day He Passed Away

As we earlier reported  Julio Foolio got caught up, Lit up and lost his life in Tampa early Sunday morning. The Tampa Police Department confirmed he was one of four people shot outside a hotel.

“At around 4:40 am, we got a 911 call about a shooting at 11606 McKinley Drive. Four folks got hit,” the cops said.

One didn’t make it, and the other three are stable and getting treated at the hospital.

Julio Foolio, whose real name was Charles Jones, was in town to celebrate his birthday. But things took a tragic turn in the hotel parking lot, where he got ambushed, according to Jacksonville attorney, Lewis Fusco.

Below is the  video floating around showing the car Foolio was in, and it’s got people talking.

Now, Foolio’s rival, Yungeen Ace, is making waves too. He dropped a new video for his track “Do It,” and it looks like he’s admitting he had a hand in what went down with Foolio.

Catch his ass and do his ass, you know he finished (Ayy, come here), huh / Flip his ass and smoke his ass (Huh), we stand on business (Huh, huh) / All my niggas get active, jump in car, we out in traffic, uh (We out in traffic),” Ace spits in the chorus.

Ace didn’t hold back, continuing, “I don’t even call him by his name, I call them niggas ‘Lil’ do-its’ (Let’s do it) / Bitches call the phone, say they got the lo’, I told them do it (Do it) / I ain’t sparing shit, it’s on sight if we into it (Come here) / He with his baby, do it, he with his bitch, do it, uh, with his mama, do it, uh / This money make a nigga do it, uh (Haha).”

He also made a post and delete on Twitter straight admitting he did it! On the same day Foolio got killed, Ace reportedly posted and then deleted a tweet that said, “That boy going back the same day he came in.”

The beef between these two goes way back to 2018. Ace, who rolls with the ATK gang, got shot eight times in an incident that took three lives, including his brother Tre’von Bullard.

Julio, who was with rival gang KTA, mocked the whole thing and even made a T-shirt saying, “Rest in piss 23.”

He didn’t stop there. Julio also dissed Ace in his track “When I See You,” throwing shade about Ace’s brother’s death on his birthday.

“Went out to eat on his birthday (Six) / Four shot, three dead in the worst way (Damn) / He kept dissin’ on me (What happened?) / Now we smokin’ 23 (Haha),” Julio rapped. But karma caught up, as Foolio was also killed on his birthday.

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“Here You go Bryshere Gray” Trends as Empire Star Spirals Further!!

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Bryshere Gray is in a bad spot right now. Famelord.com caught wind that the actor was seen on social media doing some crazy stuff, showing off his b**sy for everyone to see.

This is the second time this year the Actor is caught doing this, we posted some months ago about his entanglement with a trans.

Here is a link to the first post on Bryshere Gray Trans

Once upon a time, Bryshere Y. Gray was one of Hollywood’s shining stars. Known for his role as Hakeem Lyon on “Empire,” he’s now dealing with some serious mental health struggles and is putting it all out there on social media.

Man, it’s really sad to see.

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Bryshere, an actor and rapper, made a name for himself on “Empire” and by playing Michael Bivins in “The New Edition Story.”

Since 2013, he’s been performing at various music festivals in Philly, including Jay Z’s Made in America Festival, The Roots’ Picnic Festival, and Power 99FM’s Powerhouse concert. He’s even opened for big names like Fabolous and 2 Chainz. His debut single “Respect” came out that same year.

In 2015, Bryshere kicked off his acting career on “Empire” alongside Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Howard, and Jussie Smollett. By March 2015, he and Smollett had solo deals with Columbia Records.

In 2016, he starred in the BET miniseries about New Edition, playing Michael Bivins. In 2018, he co-starred with Teyana Taylor in “Honey: Rise Up and Dance.”

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