Lil Tuda Wiki – Lil Tuda Biography
A 14-year-old drill rapper known as Lil Tuda was shot and died in Chicago over the weekend, becoming the city’s latest rapper to die as a result of gun violence.
According to ABC 7 Chicago, Lil Tuda (real name Timothy Lockhart) was shot in the head on Chicago’s West Side at 4:45 p.m. on Saturday (June 17) on the 100 block of South Homan Avenue. He was pronounced dead at Stroger Hospital in Chicago. Another 14-year-old boy was shot multiple times alongside Lil Tuda and rushed to the same hospital. He is currently listed in critical condition. Chicago community activist Andrew Holmes told the outlet the shooting involving both teenage boys — which occurred during Father’s Day weekend and the Juneteenth holiday — was a tragedy. In a tweet on Monday (June 19), 16th & 17th District Chicago Police Scanner said the Chicago drill rapper was allegedly a member of the DMG (Dirty Money Gang) which is a set of Gangster Disciples and Black P Stones. Lil Tuda is the latest victim of gun violence in a tragic spate of murders that have been plaguing Chicago for some time.
Lil Tuda Age
Lil Tuda was 14 years old.
In April, Lil Ronald Killed
Lil Ronald, a shortyMobb rapper, was shot and died in Chicago. The 14-year-old child, whose identity was not revealed at the time to ABC 7 Chicago, was shot in the chest while sitting in a car. He was then transported to South Shore Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Edai, a Chicago rapper, was shot and died in August 2021. He was shot many times in the back and brought to the University of Chicago Hospital, where he died, according to SayCheese TV. Edai is frequently credited with co-founding the Chicago drill scene with fellow Chi-Town rapper Chief Keef.
In a more high-profile case,
Chicago’s FBG Duck was shot and killed in August 2020. The 26-year-old rapper was one of three victims in a shooting in the Windy City’s Gold Coast neighborhood. Police said three people were shopping on Oak Street, which is home to multiple luxury retail stores when two vehicles pulled up to the scene. Four people got out of the vehicles and allegedly opened fire at the shoppers. In lieu of this terrible tragedy, one drill rapper from the East Coast is hoping to make a change from behind bars.
On Saturday (June 17), Bronx drill rapper Kay Flock took to Instagram and released an extended declaration that talks about his current legal affairs and also delves into how he plans to use his power and influence for good while incarcerated. He began by apologizing to his fans, his entire family, his team, his brothers “that’s home” and those who he’s lost in the streets. He then talked about being arrested for murder in December 2021 and being indicted for several racketeering conspiracy charges earlier this year. Toward the end of his message, the “DOA” artist said he wants to influence the youth to make better choices through a new campaign.