Indian Red Boy was a California rapper who was shot to death on IG live footage. Read the article to know everything about the death video footage shot.
Indian Red Boy was a California rapper who was shot and killed on Instagram Live video.
The video, which you can watch by following a link below, shows a man identified by Hip Hop Lately and others on social media as Indian Red Boy sitting in a car when he is apparently shot.
IG Live: Indian Red Boy Death Video And Shot
According to Hip Hop Lately, Indian Red Boy of Inglewood, California, was shot and killed while sitting in a car streaming an Instagram Live video on Thursday, July 8, 2021.
The victim, also known as Indian Red Boy, had multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.
In one minute, the victim was talking to a friend when multiple gunshots rang out. “What the f***,” his friend says. The victim appears to be trying to speak but failing.
Furthermore, he was shot in the face and died at the scene, the television reporter said in the report, saying the family was at the scene and a large crowd was gathering.
CBS Los Angeles reported that the shooting happened while the man was sitting inside a car at 4 p.m. in the 14100 block of Chadron Avenue. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Indian Red Boy Age and Real Name
Indian Red Boy’s age was 21 years old.
He was born in 2000.
Similarly, Indian Red Boy’s real name is Zerail Dijon Rivera.
According to Heavy, “The name Zerail Rivera does not come up in the Los Angeles County coroner’s database; however, Heavy has reached out to the coroner and Hawthorne police for confirmation on the victim’s name and whether the deceased man was rapper Indian Red Boy.”
Details On Indian Red Boy Obituary
People expressed shock after watching the video on Twitter. “Man, I don’t want to see that IRB video again and hate it came across my timeline. Clearly retaliation for Nipsey mural but man…that was a lot,” wrote one man.
Man I don’t want to see that Indian Red Boy video again and hate it came across my timeline. Clearly retaliation for nipsey mural but man…that was a lot
— Brian J Carthens (@CarthensBC) July 10, 2021
On his Instagram page, people offered tributes to the rapper, and some people made gang references to the Bloods. “Rest easy, blxxd, 🕊️” wrote one. “no no no not you, come on get up we got too many memories,” wrote another. “Rip big bro man if only I got to see ya’ll one more time rest easily up there,” another person wrote.