VIDEO: California rapper Indian Red Boy shot and killed while on IG

A 21-year-old California rapper, Indian Red, whose real name is Zerail Dijon Rivera, was murdered on Instagram live Thursday, July 8th, while inside his car, and we have the video.

Rapper Indian Red was on Instagram live with social media influencer Kapone when suddenly, shots were heard.

According to local news reports, Indian Red Boy was pronounced dead at the scene.

WARNING: This video contains graphic content and may be upsetting to some people

The Hawthorne Police Department said the shooting occurred in the 14100 block of Chadron Avenue in Hawthorne.

The shooting took place at 4 p.m.

According to Hawthorne police, Lt. Ti Goetz said Indian Red Boy, suffered multiple gunshot wounds. The suspect fled the scene before police arrived.

“It appears to have been a walk-up shooting and he appears to have been targeted,” Goetz said, per Daily Breeze.

Police are still searching for the suspect who is responsible.

The motive behind the shooting remains unknown, but according to All Hip Hop, rumor has it that Indian Red was killed over a Nipsey Hussle diss.

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