Southern rapper Starlito is sticking to the music. The hip-hop artist has gone back to promoting new tunes despite turning himself over to law enforcement in connection to a Tennessee shooting.
Lito's Instagram page currently shows a newly posted music video teaser.
"BRO, THESE NINJAS HATE, ON MY SOUL THEY KNOW I'M THE PROTOTYPE" - @mobsquadnard "Family To Feed" from the #HotChicken ALBUM #NardoDaVinci the Album SOON! 1st Single "Itz Dat" feat. @officialboosieig OUT NOW!! #GrindHard
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Yesterday, reports emerged about Lito turning himself over to cops.
Jermaine Shute, more widely known by his rap moniker, surrendered Thursday morning in connection to the shooting at Batter'd & Fried at 1008 Woodland St. in East Nashville, according to police spokesman Don Aaron. Shute, 32, of Antioch, faces aggravated assault and gun possession charges following Tuesday night's shooting of 36-year-old James Fletcher. (Tennessean)
A couple nights ago, reports surfaced about Starlito's alleged involvement in a restaurant shooting.
Metro police said it happened around 8:30 p.m. when James Fletcher, 36, entered the restaurant and "had words" with the rapper and another man. Police say surveillance video shows Fletcher punch the other man, prompting a fight to break out. The fight moved out of view of surveillance cameras, but Shute is accused of pulling out a gun and shooting Fletcher one time in the leg. (WKRN)
Earlier this week, fellow Tennessee rapper Young Buck blasted Starlito with a diss song following a physical altercation.
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