Casino Jizzle, a rising talent from Tennessee’s Hip Hop scene, was considered one of the top prospects in the Tennessee streets. However, his promising career was tragically cut short before he could make his big break.
On Tuesday, July 4th, the up-and-coming rapper, Robert Tunstall, known by his stage name Casino Jizzle, tragically lost his life in a fatal shooting in northeast Memphis. His manager confirmed (via WREG) stating that Jizzle was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
His baby mother, Brianna Hollins, took to Facebook on Wednesday (July 5) to pay tribute to Jizzle, writing: I’m LOSTED WITHOUT U SWEAR TO GOD !! I know it was me OVER ANYBODY so ima let the internet troll cause yeen even Fw mfas who even posting ..
“I knew everythinggggggg & saw . MFA KNEW YOU LOVED NUNU TIL DEATH OVER WHOEVER !!!!!! I NEED YOU BAD !!!!! COME HOME.”
The 27-year-old artist, Casino Jizzle, was gearing up for the release of his new album titled “DUH” on Friday, July 7th. Despite being unsigned at the time of his passing, he had been diligently working on his music career.
Although the Memphis Police have not yet provided an official identification of the perpetrator, local CBS affiliate WREG has reported that a warrant has been issued for 27-year-old Michael Clayton. Clayton is being charged with First Degree Murder in connection with the tragic incident.
In 2019, Casino Jizzle was involved in another shooting that resulted in critical injuries. The incident occurred outside a Chuck E. Cheese location in Cordova, Tennessee.
Jizzle was beginning to make a name for himself in the music industry, and his work was starting to gain recognition. He had accumulated over 10 million streams on Apple Music, garnered more than 46 million views on YouTube, and had a following of over 67,000 on Instagram.
On behalf of HipHopX, we extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Casino Jizzle during this difficult time. Our thoughts and sympathies are with them as they mourn the loss of the talented artist.