Julio Foolio, a Florida rapper, was fatally shot this weekend. Three more persons were hurt in the shooting.

The “Voo Doo” rapper was apparently living at a local Holiday Inn in Tampa after being thrown out of his Airbnb. According to social media posts, he had been celebrating his 26th birthday that evening, and his attorney, Lewis Fusco, alleges he was “ambushed.” Foolio advertised the party on Instagram Stories and openly published the address.

“Mr. Jones had been in Tampa to celebrate his birthday over the weekend,” Fusco stated. “According to law enforcement investigations, he initially stayed at an Airbnb but was ordered to leave after violating occupancy limitations. He later moved to the Holiday Inn, where he was allegedly accosted in the hotel parking lot.

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As of Sunday afternoon, no one had been apprehended for Julio Foolio’s murder. Officials were allegedly checking surveillance footage from the hotel.

Julio Foolio was supposedly a member of KTA, a Jacksonville gang renowned for its rivalries with other gangs. His cousin and three other young men were killed in a gang-related shooting in 2018. In 2021, someone attempted to shoot Foolio, but the bullet merely grazed him. “Y’all miss a whole 100 shots literally,” he stated at the time.

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Foolio released his latest album, Resurrection, in April. Wam SpinThaBin, Omerta55, KreepOsama, Fliposama, and KennyKaps all contributed to the 14-track album. His album names frequently referenced mortality, such as his 2023 release Final Destination.