Fans Pay Tribute as San Diego Rapper “Alo Bandz” Dies in Shooting!
Right now, the entire globe is in mourning over Alo Bandz's passing. The rapper from San Diego just passed away after taking part in a shooting that ended in death. On February 19, the sad news of his passing was announced.
For those of you who don't know, Bandz was a budding musician who was establishing himself in the music industry. His cousin confirmed the news of his passing. To learn more about the shooting event, keep scrolling.
Who Is Alo Bandz?
Young rapper Alo Bandz was from San Diego, California. Caesar Lopez was Alo Bandz's real name. He was only 22 years old when he passed away. During the year 2019, he has been producing songs.
Alo now has over 20,000 followers on the social media site Instagram. Among many others, All Fact, 100 Reasons, and Spazz Out are a few of his well-known tunes. He used social media to communicate with his fans and was rather active there. He was promising new songs on his Instagram page just before he passed away.
How Did Alo Bandz Die?
The rapper for the Clippers was shot multiple times in the chest on Sunday. His cousin claims that the shooting took place following an altercation at the North Clairemont Recreation Center. The two males pictured arguing with Alo are currently wanted by the police.
According to SDPD, the gunshot incident happened at 4421 Bannock Avenue around 11:50 a.m. One of the men pulled out a weapon and started shooting during the incident. The shooter and the other man at the scene then fled the scene. Bandz was rushed to the hospital, but shortly after, he was declared dead.
Lt. Steve Sheblosk of the SDPD said, “There are a number of folks who did observe sections of this specific shooting. We currently have no specific information to release until we have an opportunity to speak with witnesses further because we have gotten contradicting information regarding suspect descriptions.
How Did Fans Feel About Alo Bandz Death?
Many Alo followers expressed their sorrow over the rapper's passing on social networking sites like Instagram and Twitter as soon as word of his terrible demise became public.
We lost one of the most gifted rappers yesterday; give folks their flower while they're still around, a social media user commented. Live Alo Bandz, log. “RIP Alo Bandz,” remarked another follower. One More Legend Gone, But Not Forgotten.
One of the top musicians in Daygo, rip my boy, you were just rapping in my car a few months ago going crazy bar after bar damn,” wrote a fan after that.
“Damn bro, I never saw you in person or know you like that, I knew of your music and you through mutual friends, fly high and rest in paradise brudda, you got love in the city Fosho and we going keep your name and your music alive,” one user tweeted.
The close friends and family of the rapper Alo Bandz are in our thoughts and prayers during this hard time.
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