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Trouble seems to revolve around Young Thug for some strange reason.

On Monday, Quintavius Waters, one of the members of his security team was found victim in an apparent murder scheme.

Via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

“After checking him out,” Atlanta police Major Adam Lee III told Channel 2, “it appeared he suffered a gunshot wound to the head.”

Detectives found no sign of forced entry into the home.

“Whoever did this,” Lee said, “apparently they were invited in or they knew the subject.”

Channel 2 reported Waters’ Yorkshire terrier was missing, along with his black 2001 Ford Mustang convertible with Alabama tag 3AG5624.

Waters’ friend, Toboris Character, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Waters worked as a security guard at Club Lacura on Metropolitan Parkway and for the Atlanta rapper known as Young Thug. Character said he had previously warned Waters about bringing strangers into his home.

“When I first met him, he was so welcoming, letting me into his home,” Character said. “And I told him, ‘You can’t do that in Atlanta.’ I guess he did that to someone else, to the wrong person.”

Character last heard from Waters around 6 p.m. when his friend called to ask if he wanted to go the mall, Character said. Character said he had music rehearsal at his church Monday night and couldn’t go to the mall.”

“He was a good person in the community, and what ever happened to him, he didn’t deserve it,” another friend told WSBTV.

Atlanta police didn’t report any leads for Young Thug security guard’s killer as of press time.

Photo: Instagram/Quintavius Waters