Rae Sremmurd’s step dad shot and killed, step brother arrested

The younger half-brother of the hip hop pair Rae Sremmurd has been titled a person of concern in the passing of their stepfather, who was found dead inside his home in Mississippi on Monday.

Officers from the Tupelo Police Department were appointed to an address in the 500 block of Lumpkin Avenue at about 9.30pm and raise 62-year-old Floyd Sullivan lifeless from various gunshot bruises.

Police deputy Capt Chuck McDougald said the preparatory investigation into the domestic firing barbed to Sullivan’s son as a person of enthusiasm.

TMZ proclaimed that 19-year-old Michael Sullivan, the younger brother of Rae Sremmurd rappers Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi, was confined and checked for psychiatric interpretation.

McDougald said no other suspects are on the hunt at this time, recorded WTVA.

The hip hop pair has not candidly asserted on their stepfather’s passing as of Tuesday afternoon, but Sullivan’s son from a earlier relationship, Floyd Sullivan Jr, shared a snap of his dad on Instagram and draft in the inscription: ‘RIP pops. Love you as always. The greatest man I’ve ever known.’

The elder Sullivan aided hike Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee, born Aaquil Iben Shamon Brown and Khalif Malik Ibn Shamon Brown, as well as their half-brother, from the time they were in middle school.

A year ago, Slim Jxmmi made titles when he was elaborated in a bloody highway dispute in Auckland, New Zealand, that left one man pricked and pressed to nursing home.

In September 2018, a hut in San Fernando Valley, California, inclusion to Rae Sremmurd, which is ‘drummers ear’ stinted backward, was demolished into by armed burglars.

After pistol pounding the on-site surveillance, the criminals enrolled and took a safe before retreating the scenery.

One month earlier, Swae endured an wounded lip after a fan fling a phone at him on stage during a recital in Dallas.

The distressing news of their stepfather’s slaying came on the same day Rae Sremmurd celebrated the fifth anniversary of the clemency of their well-received introduction album, Srummlife, which displayed participations with Nicki Minaj, Young Thug and Big Sean.

The album, which advertised the songs ‘No Flex Zone’ and ‘Throw Some Mo,’ enrolled Billboard’s Top 200 chart t number 5 and was a figure 1 openee on Billboard Hip-Hop.