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The day of judgement grows near for Widner Degruy, better known to the general public as the Young Money rapper Flow. The 23-year-old New Orleans citizen has been ducking law enforcement since Memorial Day after he and his accomplice, Jonathan Evans, were accused of killing two brothers, Kendred and Kendrick “Muddycupbuddy” Bishop.

NOLA is reporting that Degruy was booked and charged with two counts of second-degree murder yesterday, Wednesday (July 1) in Baton Rouge. Evans was arrested for the same charges on Saturday, June 27.

“Mr. Degruy stated he attempted to call the police; however the screen to his phone was cracked,” the arrest warrant stated. “Mr. Degruy became angry and slammed his phone to the ground. After becoming angry, Mr. Degruy leaves his phone and relocate(s) to his residence …”

Degruy was also questioned shortly after the shootings but police still let him go despite the “inconsistent statements” regarding his whereabouts the time the Bishop brothers were gunned down.

At the tail end of 2014, Degruy made his national debut alongside Young Money el captain Lil Wayne on the song “Off Day,” that was once considered for Tha Carter V album. His next entry into the media was this here shooting.

Life comes at you fast when you don’t control the pace. Also, there’s this Instagram post that could sway both sides of the case.

Photo: New Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office