Bankroll Fresh’s cousin Street Money Boochie breaks his silence on the death of Bankroll Fresh
In the five months since Atlanta rapper Bankroll Fresh (Trentavious Zamon White Sr.) was gunned down outside a recording studio, fingers have been pointed, accusations have been made and questions remain surrounding the incident that took his life on March 4.
Just last month, Bankroll’s childhood friend-turned-foe No Plug gave an exclusive interview with a popular website about the incident. In the interview, No Plug admits to a scuffle between him and Bankroll prior to the shooting and that local police questioned him about his involvement before being cleared of charges.
Rappers such as 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Juicy J and Plies have mourned the loss of the fallen entertainer. However, affiliates of Fresh have remained silent about the incident…until now. On the anniversary of what would have been Bankroll Fresh’s 29th birthday (August 2), Fresh’s cousin Street Money Boochie decided to open up about the controversial death of Bankroll Fresh.