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Fetty Luciano Charged With Attempted Murder



Fetty Luciano Potentially Charged With Murder
Fetty Luciano. Photo Courtesy of Oxygen.

Rowdy Rebel’s brother, Fetty Luciano, has found himself in trouble with the law. Sources say that on July 10th, Luciano shot three people, including a security guard, at a private pool party set at a lavish hotel in Long Island. He’s now paying the price for his alleged actions. Luciano can either pay $200K in cash or obtain a $400K bond for his bail. 

The Big Fendi Celebrity Pool Party has over 200 attendees, with two of them getting into an altercation. Once the security guard attempted to break up this fight, shots were fired toward the lobby. The guilt from his decisions led him to the Glen Cove Police station. Not only is Fetty facing an attempted murder charge, but he’s also being reprimanded for reckless endangerment and weapons charges. The attempted murder charge could land Fetty in jail for 25 years. Luckily, the victims have harmless injuries.

Glen Cove’s mayor Pamela Panzenbeck spoke with ABC 7 NY about the matter:

“A private party that was advertised on social media, it has happened before. We’ve had noise complaints but never anything like this. No permit was issued for this party because we had a complaint about a party last week. So, there will be no permits for parties like this.”

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Bobby Shmurda’s GS9 affiliate, Fetty Luciano, dropped a project titled Story to Tell in 2018. Story To Tell holds collaborations from Gunna, Landsptrip Chip, and Bobby himself. He also has a verse on Pop Smoke’s “Double It.” 

Fetty started rapping during a prison sentencing. His father and brother, Rowdy Rebel, encouraged him to pursue rapping after hearing a few of his rhymes on the phone. Since then, he’s been honing his craft and wearing the G9 status with pride. 

He told Billboard, “The next step is keeping the name alive before Bobby and Rowdy even touch the streets.” he continues, “We don’t want them to come home, and they come home to what we were doing a few years back. So we want to keep that name alive.”

The artwork for “Story to Tell” sees Luciano looking down at himself handcuffed while waiting in a court line.

Photo Courtesy of XXL Mag

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