Florida Rapper 320Popout Shot & Killed In Jacksonville . . . The 75th Rapper KILLED On 2022

We’re not even halfway through 2022 and we’ve already lost 75 rappers from across the country. Media Take Out confirmed that Florida rapper 320Popout was shot and killed in Jacksonville yesterday.

Florida is one of the greatest states in hip hop – the state has produced several influential figures such as Rick Ross, Trina, Trick Daddy, Uncle Luke, Kodak Black and many more. The burgeoning rap scene continues to make room for new artists, including 21-year-old newcomer Joshua Holmes.

Sadly, Joshua, who went by the rap nickname 320Popout, died after being shot in an apartment complex in his hometown of Jacksonville.

The victim’s identification was confirmed by the outlet after they spoke to Roderick Holmes, the rapper’s cousin. When officers reportedly arrived at the scene, they found (victim) Holmes shot “in or near” his vehicle. They attempted resuscitation and it was presumed that this kept Holmes alive long enough to take him to the hospital, but unfortunately he was later pronounced dead.

A witness reportedly told authorities that around the time of the shooting, she “heard a man pounding on apartments and calling for help.” It’s unclear if police have any suspects or prospects at the time of this publication. We extend our sincere condolences to the family of Holmes at this difficult time.

Watch a news report on the tragedy below, along with a music video from 320Popout.

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