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Man goes on killing and shooting spree in Memphis on Facebook live, 19yr old Ezekiel Kelly is in custody

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Mental Health is real, and stupidity is real, and I think this falls on the stupidity side. People always want to blame stuff on mental health, some of these people just have evil minds, and it has nothing to do with mental health.

Thank God this 19-year-old monster is in jail tonight after he went on a killing spree Wednesday afternoon in Memphis, Tennessee.

The North Carolina Beat will show you the video later in this article, but please be warned now that it is very disturbing.

His name is Ezekiel Kelly, better known as “Zeek Huncho,” and that was the name of the Facebook account he was streaming this random shooting on throughout Memphis.

19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly

As Kelly was streaming the shootings on Facebook live, Memphis police sent out urgent alerts to the citizens, telling them to seek shelter.

Kelly is now in custody, according to the Memphis police Twitter account.

According to police, Kelly was arrested after crashing a carjacked Dodge Challenger near Ivan and Hodges Roads

Memphis police chief C.J. Davis said Kelly killed four people and injured three others with gunshot wounds. The two shot men were found in a driveway and vehicle. The man shot in the Autozone, which you will see in the video below, is in critical condition.

Two women and two men were killed by Kelly, according to the police chief. Their identities have not yet been released. Police say they are investigating whether there are other shooting scenes as well.

People watching Kelly’s video on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, alerted police immediately.

During Kelly’s Facebook live video, he claimed he shot and killed five people, but the exact number is unknown. According to local reports, three people were shot in the city throughout Wednesday; a 24-year-old man was killed on Lyndale Avenue at 12:56 p.m., and a woman was shot on Norris Road.

Ezekiel Kell

In the video below, you will see Kelly speeding on and foaming from the mouth while talking about the number of people he has killed, among other things. In part of the video, you will see him shoot out the window at people, and then later, at the end of the video, you will see him walk inside an Autozone and shoot a man.


Police later listed the timeline of the shootings in detail:

  • 12:56 a.m., a 24-year-old man was killed on Lyndale in the Highland Heights neighborhood. A suspect who called himself Zeek Huncho on social media was developed.
  • 4:38 p.m., a man was found shot dead in a vehicle at a gas station on South Parkway E. Survillance video revealed a man in a gray sedan pulled up next to the victim’s car and opened fire.
  • 4:40 p.m., a woman was injured in a second shooting on Norris Road near I-240. The suspect fled in a dark sedan.
  • 5:59 p.m. Kelly walked into an AutoZone store in the 4000 block of Jackson Avenue and shot a man while livestreaming on Facebook. The man was in critical condition, police said.
  • 6:56 p.m., Memphis Police put out an alert on the suspect after receiving a call that Kelly was making threats on Facebook.
  • 7:23 p.m., a woman was killed in a shooting at Poplar and Evergreen. Police said Kelly took her gray SUV and fled.
  • 7:24, man shot at Poplar and Evergreen
  • 8:55 p.m., woman shot dead on Raines Road
  • 8:56 p.m., Southaven Police responded to a carjacking at Stateline Road and Highway 51. Kelly took the man’s gray Dodge Challenger and left the SUV behind.
  • 8:58 p.m., Memphis Police officers spotted the Dodge Challenger going northbound on Interstate 55, and a high-speed pursuit began. The p[ursuit ended at Hodge Road and Ivan in southwest Memphis, where Kelly was taken into custody without incident. 

Davis said numerous felony charges are pending against Kelly.


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