1st Black Mass Shooter … Memphis Teen High On Lean Guns Down Random People In Facebook Live!!

Yesterday, for the first time in modern social media history, the first black teenager to be labeled a “mass shooter” was crowned.

Police in Memphis, Tennessee, have arrested a 19-year-old black teenager who they suspect shot dead four people and injured at least three others in a shooting spree on Wednesday afternoon.

The suspect, Ezekiel Kelly, is also accused of committing two armed carjackings while trying to flee from police. According to police, Ezekiel’s killing spree spread across at least eight different crime scenes.

The shooting was reportedly livestreamed on Facebook around the city on Wednesday. He was seen on video walking up to random people and murdering them in cold blood. In the same videos, Ezekiel was seen sipping on what appeared to be skinny. He also appeared to be heavily drunk.

Ezekiel’s victims appeared to be random – some were white, some black, some male and some female. He’s been labeled a serial killer by people across town.

Here’s a video:

The suspect was taken into custody later that evening after a major manhunt.

Memphis Police Department confirmed to Media Take Out that Kelly was arrested after she crashed into a stolen car near the Ivan Road and Hodge Road area.

Here is the video of his capture, which took place without further incident:

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