Rapper Jamal Green Friend of 50 Cent Gunned Down G-Unit Rapper Killed in Queens. A rapper with close ties to 50 Cent was shot and killed Friday when a gunman in a black ski mask unloaded on an SUV full of people in Queens, police said.
Mazaradi Fox, 42, whose real name was Jamal Green, was killed at Farmers Blvd. and 134th Ave. in Jamaica about 4:10 p.m. when the shooter rolled up to his white SUV and opened fire.
Police sources said Fox, released from prison just two weeks ago, stumbled out of the Nissan SUV and collapsed in a driveway. Three other people in the SUV were wounded, including a 21-year-old man who was hit in the neck and shoulder and was in critical condition, police said. A second man, age 22, was wounded in the arm, and the fourth victim, a woman in her 20s — believed to be Fox's daughter according to thisis50.com — suffered a graze wound to the neck, police said. Paramedics rushed the survivors to Jamaica Hospital
Ski mask-wearing gunman shoots four people, one fatally, sitting in a white SUV in Queens: sources
A gunman clad in a ski mask unloaded on an SUV full of people in southeastern Queens on Friday afternoon, hitting four people, and killing one of them, official sources and witnesses said.
A 42-year-old man died in the gunfire near the intersection of Farmers Blvd. and 133rd Ave. in St. Albans about 4:10 p.m., police said. One of the other three victims, a 22-year-old man, was hit in the neck and shoulder and was in critical condition, police said.
A second 22-year-old man was wounded in the arm, and the fourth victim, a woman in her 20s, suffered a graze wound to the neck, police said.
The victims who could flee scattered in different directions following the shooting and placed calls to 911 from two locations, law enforcement sources said.
Paramedics rushed the three survivors to Jamaica Hospital. Cops were also scouring area hospitals for a possible fifth victim, sources said.
It was unclear how many shots were fired before the gunman, described only as a black man dressed all in black, fled in a dark-colored Hyundai sedan, according to sources. A fuller description of the suspect was not available.
Cops were searching for the sedan on Friday evening.
The fatal shooting marked the city’s fourth homicide of 2014, and the second to take place in St. Albans, officials said.
Author:KERRY BURKE, BARRY PADDOCK, THOMAS TRACY