An Atlanta rapper who survived 11 shootings and called himself “bulletproof” was killed by an unidentified gunman Sunday evening in DeKalb County, Ga., according to officials.
Yung Mazi — who had collaborated with big-name artists such as Rich Homie Quan and Yung Thug — was gunned down in the Kirkwood neighborhood of Atlanta, the DeKalb County Medical Examiner’s office said.
The shooting occurred at around 8:55 p.m. when the rapper, 31, appeared to be leaving the Urban Pie pizza restaurant.
Atlanta Police did not disclose his identity in their police report, but confirmed a 31-year-old male died in the area after sustaining multiple gun wounds. Authorities responded to the scene after hearing gunshots outside the the department’s Zone 6 precinct, which is located nearby.
Officials said no suspects are in custody, and the investigation for the rapper’s shooter is ongoing.
The shooting reportedly occurred after Yung Mazi left Urban Pie in Atlanta.
Yung Mazi, whose real name was Jabril Abdur-Rahman, claimed in a video from June 2016 that he had survived 10 shootings during his lifetime. Following a December shooting at a Waffle House in Buckhead, Ga., he tweeted that “God made me bulletproof.”
The rapper’s brother, Luqman Abdur-Rahman, asked for privacy in a short phone conversation with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“We’re praying for him and all involved,” he told the newspaper.
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Yung Mazi’s colleague Rich Homie Quan, meanwhile, paid tribute to the artist by sharing an Instagram photo of his late collaborator counting money.
“Rest easy Mazi,” he captioned the picture.