Queens rapper Chinx was gunned downed in May, but there still are reportedly no solid leads on who pulled the trigger. The NYPD is now offering $2500 for info on his murder.
That’s it? That’s all?
Reports the New York Daily News:
The NYPD offered a $2,500 reward for information about the death of Queens-born rapper Chinx on Wednesday — one day before the debut of a documentary about the up-and-coming wordsmith’s life and untimely death.
The story of Lionel Pickens, 31, who performed under the name Chinx, will be told in the film “Long Live Chinx,” which airs Thursday on Revolt TV.
Pickens, a protégé of rapper French Montana and a member of his Coke Boys group, was pumped full of bullets as he sat at a red light in his 2014 silver Porsche with a friend in Briarwood, Queens on May 17, cops said. The shooter sped off after the attack.
Chinx’s debut album, JFK, is out Friday (May 14) but can be streamed right here.
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