Teen Rapper Accidentally Shoots Himself Dead While Filming Video For Social Media


Last week, a 17-year-old rapper from Virginia made the regrettable error of shooting himself to death while trying to record a pornographic music video for social media.

In a video that was uploaded to his Instagram account, Rylo Huncho was shown brandishing a handgun and demonstrating its integrated green laser sight and torch by waving the barrel.

Next, he took hold of the handle, made it look like he turned off the safety, raised the gun to his head, said, “F* y’all n**s,” and squeezed the trigger.

The phone dropped to the ground after the explosion, and he quickly moved out of the camera’s field of view. Huncho’s name was withheld by Suffolk, Virginia police, but they did disclose that the 17-year-old died from an “accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound” to the head.

The Direct claims that the adolescent’s full name is Raleigh Freeman III. He was allegedly brought to a nearby hospital and later declared deceased.

To help with future expenses, a family member has created a GoFundMe page to raise $15,000. Monica Savage and Diane Bryant stated, “My aunt recently lost her 17-year-old son from a self-inflicted gun wound to the head.”

“He was her sole child!” Despite being a single mother, she did her best to raise her son. They said they’re still ‘trying to figure out why’ the youngster did this.

On Facebook, a friend who claims the child went by Railey seemed to corroborate his passing.

Please God provide Railey’s mother the ability to cope with the excruciating suffering she is in. “And to get a text saying he passed away is heartbreaking and to hear the mean things y’all are saying about Railey is so wrong on every level,” Twin Porter added.

As of Monday, the 17-year-old had 27,000 Instagram followers. “Keep hating btch um on da rise,” reads his bio. On Spotify, Huncho has roughly 680 monthly listeners. The artist’s profile picture features Mia Goth’s character from the movie “Pearl” lifting an axe.

The page features a few of his tracks, such as “DOA,” “la la La,” “Hellcats SRTs,” “Money Getta,” and “Bag Talk.” His songs frequently contain graphic and sexual imagery. He raps, “I feel just like I’m at home/I’m throwing bullets with no f***ing past,” in the song “Money Getta.”

Many of his raps on Instagram and TikTok have aggressive lyrics and scenes of him consuming marijuana. The first lines of the song “Getta’s” are, “Bh I’m toting on my pistol/Never lacking tryna pack em/When I arrive at a few racks, I know this bh will let me crack them.

In a video that he uploaded to TikTok on March 24, he openly showed off what looks to be the same rifle that he used to shoot himself. Purporting to be a teacher at Freeman’s school, Kara Dorsey spoke about the struggles that the boy’s family and other pupils had faced.