NY Rapper Lil Tjay Shooter Caught … Police BEAT Him Badly … Before Taking Him In!! (Pics)

New York rapper Lil Tjay is currently in the ICU recovering from gunshot wounds. Now Media Take Out has confirmed that police have arrested a man they believe was the gunman who shot the rapper.

The rapper’s suspected gunman – 27-year-old Mohamed Konate – was arrested on Friday (July 22) and is currently being held at Rikers Island.

And judging by the look on his face, he was pretty badly beaten up during his incarceration.

Police believe the shooting of Lil Tjay was an attempted robbery of Lil Tjay. The 21-year-old was with two friends at the time, Antoine Boyd, 22, and Jeffrey Valdez, 24, and all three young men were in a Dodge Durango near the Bronx’s Promenade shopping center.

Konates, a native of New York, reportedly resisted attempts to rob him, leading to the suspect allegedly firing shots that hit him in the chest cavity, the function of which is to protect the rib cage, heart, lungs, esophagus and others maintain vital organs.


In addition to the injuries Tjay sustained, one of his friends was also shot at one point, and Konate was wounded when the fight ensued.

Lil Tjay is a rapper and singer. He rose to prominence in 2018 with his song “Resume” and signed to Columbia Records that same year.


Lil Tjay’s debut studio album True 2 Myself was released in 2019. The following year, he released the mixtape State of Emergency, which features only New York City drill artists. True 2 Myself debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200, marking the album as his first chart release. His second studio album, Destined 2 Win, was released in 2021 and featured the single “Calling My Phone,” a collaboration with singer 6lack, his highest-charting song to date

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