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Chicago police are investigating reports that rapper FBG Cash's killers may have placed an Apple AirTag on his Kia SUV to easily track him after he left a club an hour before he was killed.

The 31-year-old drill rap legend was shot 13 times and killed in the early morning hours of June 10 in Chicago.

Surveillance video shows a black Cadillac blocking FBG Cash's Kia SUV at an intersection on the 1600 block of W. 81st Street. 2 men jumped out of the car and opened fire. Cash tried to flee on foot but he was gunned down.

The suspects remain at large.

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FBG Cash's five surviving children took a photo with a life-size cutout of their father at his funeral in Chicago last week.

Now there are rumors that the killers placed an Airtag on the undercarriage of his Kia SUV before he left a nightclub the morning of his murder.

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Apple released the first generation AirTags in 2021 to track the location of misplaced items such as keys and wallets.

But Apple has delayed launching second generation AirTags due to widespread news reports of criminals using the tracking devices to stalk victims.

A second generation AirTag may be equipped with anti-tracking features to prevent lawbreakers from using them to commit crimes.
 

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Stephen Jackson has something to say to drill rappers who celebrate online when their opps are killed by gun violence.

Jackson, a former NBA star, reacted after viewing a video of Lil Durk dissing drill legend FBG Cash who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Chicago on Friday morning.

"Boy, this new generation kill me dawg," said Jackson, before adding, "Y'all was raised by some busters."

Jackson called out Durk and his gang brethren who celebrate their dead opps in social media posts and videos.
 
Was FBG Cash killed for posing with King Von's mural?
 
"The sh*t y'all do today on Instagram... to go viral... is weak. And it says a lot about your character," Jackson said.

"Y'all ain't nothing but some suckers. All this talking about dead people online after they die, and all this stuff, man y'all suckers. Y'all ain't real, y'all call yourself gangstas, but the gangstas I know ain't nothing like y'all. Y'all a new breed of punks. Yeah, I said it..."

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FBG Cash, real name Tristan Hamilton, was killed after he apparently accepted a challenge by Durk to take a photo in front of King Von's mural on Chicago's infamous O Block.

FBG Cash discussed his beef with Lil Durk in a recent interview on the "No Jumper" podcast.

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FBG Cash said Durk sent him a text challenging him to take the infamous photo in front of King Von's mural.

"Go over there and do that and see what happen to you," FBG Cash quoted the text message from Durk as saying.

In the "No Jumper" interview, Cash said he didn't regret taking the photo and posting it on social media. "It was risky, but, like, it's the play I made... I posted it," Cash said.

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Rumors are swirling that Chicago rapper FBG Cash, 31, was shot and killed because he posed in front of a mural of fellow drill rapper King Von.

FBG Cash, real name Tristan Hamilton, was driving on Chicago's South Side at 5:32 a.m. Friday when a black Cadillac blocked his Hyundai SUV at the intersection of West 81st and S. Marshfield. Two men hopped out and opened fire.

FBG Cash tried to run, but he was gunned down in a hail of bullets. A 29-year-old woman who was with him was shot twice in the arm and is listed in stable condition. Cops counted 23 shell casings at the scene.

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Lil Durk (left) and King Von (right) were like brothers. Durk, 29, convinced King Von to move from Chicago to Atlanta and signed him to a record deal with his label. They were both arrested in connection with a shooting in Atlanta in June 2019, and were awaiting trial when King Von was fatally shot in Atlanta on Nov. 6, 2020 at age 26.

FBG Cash routinely dissed King Von and Durk's late brother, OTF DThang, in videos and songs.

FBG Cash discussed his beef with Lil Durk in a recent interview on the "No Jumper" podcast.

Cash said Durk sent him a text message challenging him to take the infamous photo in front of King Von's mural.

"Go over there and do that and see what happen to you," FBG Cash quoted the text message from Durk as saying.

"I'm outside right now," Cash replied in a text to Durk, meaning he was near King Von's mural.

In the "No Jumper" interview, Cash said he didn't regret taking the photo at the mural and posting it on social media. "It was risky, but, like, it's the play I made... I posted it," Cash said.

Rapper King Yella, who relocated from Chicago to Las Vegas, seemed to confirm the rumors that FBG Cash was killed over beef with a certain millionaire rapper.

In a new video, Yella urged gangsta rappers to "do better" and "stop beefing with ni**as with money."

"Ni**as got too much money man... I ain't got nothing else to say. Like, y'all understand what I'm saying. A couple dollars, man. That's all it take, man."

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Chicago drill legend FBG Cash was shot and killed early Friday morning, according to reports.

Cash, 31, and a woman were shot in a car at 5:32 a.m. in Chicago's Auburn Gresham neighborhood on the 1600 block of West 81st Street, Chicago police said.

Police say a black four-door sedan, possibly a Cadillac, approached their vehicle and an unknown assailant got out and opened fire. The shooter then got back in the Cadillac and sped away.

Cash was transported to Christ Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The female victim, 29, was treated at the hospital for gunshot wounds to the left arm and upper back, police said. She is listed in serious condition.

FBG Cash was a well-known affiliate of the late rapper FBG Duck, who was killed in drive-by shooting in Chicago's affluent Gold Coast neighborhood in August 2020.

Cash was signed to Sony Records and had a baby on the way with his girlfriend.

In a video live-streamed several days ago, Cash tells his opps to "pull up on me" after dissing Lil Durk's brother DThang who was killed outside a Chicago nightclub in June 2021 at age 32.

Cash previously dissed King Von who was fatally shot outside a hookah bar in Atlanta on Nov. 6, 2020.