The rapper and an accomplice allegedly shot two men in April, leaving one man dead and the other injured, according to a report from The Augusta Press published on Sunday (June 18).
According to reports, the shooting took place in “broad daylight,” with the shooters jumping out of a car and shooting into the victims’ vehicle, killing Usaini Yunusa, a passenger. Kobe Burns, the driver, was reportedly drunk when he sped off and crashed into some trees, but he was still able to drive away. He was injured and taken to the hospital, where he later was charged with DUI.
Rot Ken (real name Kenneth Williams) had already been in jail for 10 days on a probation-related offense when the murder warrant was served on Saturday (June 17). He’s previously been convicted of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, burglary and theft by receiving stolen property.
Rot Ken was charged with murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm by a first offender and possession of a firearm during a crime in total.
The Internet Money collective, which consists of producers and artists, was launched by producer Taz Taylor in 2016. The platform, a cross between a record label, a YouTube channel, and a producer union, serves as a platform for beat makers to sell their beats as well as an aggregator for producers and creatives.
B4 The Storm, the collective’s debut studio album, was released in 2020. The album features a number of artists, some of them are signed to Internet Money and some of them are not, including Trippie Redd, Lil Mosey, Iann Dior, Lil Skies, Lil Tecca, Swae Lee, Future, the late Juice Wrld, and more.
The album was certified gold after debuting at No. 10 on the Billboard 200.