It's been just over four months since the death of Bankroll Fresh. In a shocking new interview, a rapper who goes by No Plug, a childhood friend of Bankroll's, has admitted to his involvement in Bankroll's killing. He doesn't directly name himself as the shooter, though it often seems like that much is implied throughout the video. He does, however, allege that it was Bankroll who shot first, meaning that the retaliation shot that killed the year-old rapper was fired in self-defense. No Plug seems to suggest that he's been absolved of all legal consequences from the fatal incident. After learning of Bankroll's death, Plug claims that he went to his lawyer and then to the homicide department to explain what happened. He says that no charges have been raised against him, effectively suggesting that the case has been closed. Plug and Bankroll apparently began to go their separate ways around the time that Bankroll's career began to take off.
Trentavious Zamon White Sr. Fresh is best known for his single "Walked In". White originally rapped under the alias Yung Fresh, and under this alias appeared alongside Gucci Mane on multiple records. The music video was released posthumously. Jeezy dedicated it to Fresh, filming the video in his hood with Fresh's family. Many celebrities and friends including Chris Baldwin, 2 Chainz , Post Malone , Lil Wayne , Left Brain and Plies along with his two children, family and friends mourned the death of the rapper. The track pays tribute to the deceased rapper. No Plug later said in an online interview that he shot Fresh in self-defense; he was not charged or called a suspect. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bankroll Fresh.
No Plug has previously confessed his involvement in the murder.
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