Rick Ross is speaking out to Memphis following the death of Yo Gotti’s brother Big Jook.
“I flew out of Houston 3 a.m., got back to Miami,” Ross said. “I’m headed to an event titled 5,000 Role Models where we acknowledging the young leaders, the young kings, our young brothers. We gotta empower the brothers.
“And while I’m speaking on this, our brothers in Memphis: I need y’all to know there’s only one way to wisdom and wealth, and that’s through each other. You understand? Through each other. Put the ski masks down. Put the guns down. Let’s embrace each other now. Let’s show that love. Rest in peace to all our good brothers.”
Rick Ross with a message for Memphis. pic.twitter.com/spLrzNDLPS
— The Fourth Corner (@fourthcornertv) January 16, 2024
Yo Gotti’s brother, Anthony “Big Jook” Mims, was killed outside a restaurant in Memphis on Saturday (Jan. 13).
TMZ notes Mims attended a funeral in the city ahead of his murder. Memphis station Fox 13 notes another man was injured in the shooting outside Pregnons Restaurant and Event Center.
The other man was taken to St. Francis Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition. The men were believed by police to ahve been targeted and there are currently no suspects. The shooters are believed to have fled in a white Ford Explorer.
Mims was 47 years old.
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