Mariel Orr, known professionally as Trouble, was a very well loved artist from Atlanta, GA. He was gunned down on June 5, 2022 in cold blood by the ex boyfriend of a female companion he was visiting.
According to the word on the streets, the woman and her ex boyfriend, Jamicheal Jones, shared the residence and had broken up about a week before the tragedy unfolded. Trouble and the woman, who was asleep at the time, were awakened by the woman’s ex boyfriend who physically assaulted them both, ultimately fatally shooting Trouble before fleeing the residence.
With so much speculation & gossip surrounding the story not much is known about the female other than her alleged name, “Rissa Royce”. She has now taken to her social media to break her silence for the first time since the murder.
Trouble was born & raised in Atlanta and well loved within his community. I’m sure she’s receiving hellacious backlash with everyone pretty much blaming her for the whole situation.
The main question is why would you bring a man into the home and bed you shared with another man as recent as 1 week ago? It is not known if Trouble knew the previous situation but it’s doubtful he would willingly sleep in another man’s bed knowing the heat behind it. Trouble was very intelligent and not lacking female companions.
Since his death multiple women have come to light posting their photos, tributes & professing their love for the rapper. It’s hard to fathom that he lost his life as the result of a diabolical love triangle. This is one of my biggest fears with dating, you never know who’s still holding on to a lover.
The whole story is a tragic loss for black men, for the community, for the culture. Maybe one day the female will enlighten us with the full story. According to her post, she doesn’t owe any explanations.
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A Florida man has been charged in connection with the shooting of a young mother during a work-related Zoom call.
Shamaya Lynn, 21, died when her own toddler obtained an unsecured handgun, pulled the trigger, and fired.
According to court documents, the gun’s owner, Veondre Avery, 22, kept the weapon in a backpack decorated with animated characters form a children’s show and that his 2-year-old son — the toddler who fired the fatal shot — knew how to use toy guns.
One of the participants in the fateful multi-party Zoom was selected to immediately alert the police to what occurred.
The colleague who telephoned 911 said that a child began “jumping on the bed without a shirt on and looked like he was wearing only a diaper” during the Zoom call. The colleague said that “she heard a loud noise and the child in the background beginning to cry.” The victim’s “head fell backwards and moved forward back into [the view of the] screen.” The college noticed “blood on [Lynn’s] nose” before the victim again moved “back off screen.” No one responded when colleagues called out for help.
Eventually, after several minutes had passed, the colleague told police she heard Avery enter the room and yell. The Zoom call remained active while Avery called 911 himself. The colleague said she tried to call out to Avery but that he apparently couldn’t hear her; the child was the only other person in the room when the gunshot rang out.