Following a violent weekend in Miami, it appears that detectives have the person they’re looking for in connection with a Memorial Day shooting near Prime 112, and he’s a rapper with ties to DaBaby. We learned on Tuesday that DaBaby had been questioned and freed without facing any charges in connection with his alleged role in the Miami Beach gunfire that injured two persons. However, on Wednesday, it was revealed that DaBaby’s musician Wisdom Awute was the man police were looking for. According to the Miami Herald, Wisdom is facing various counts in connection with the incident, including attempted murder. Wisdom was apprehended not long after DaBaby was released.
Erenesto Rodriguez, Miami Beach police spokesman said: “In less than 24 hours, Miami Beach detectives were able to ensure those responsible for the shooting were arrested and charged.” Another man by the name of Christopher Urena was also arrested, but there’s no word on what or if there is a connection to DaBaby.“To achieve a successful prosecution, we will now work closely with the State Attorney’s Office,” Rodriguez added. The two shooting victims were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Unit by Miami Beach Fire Rescue. One victim was shot in the shoulder, while the other was shot in the leg. One of the patients was still in serious condition on Tuesday, while the other was released from the hospital after being treated. Their identities were kept hidden from the public eye. Two guys were trying to get into their car in front of Wisdom at around 11:20 p.m. Monday when they got into a brawl with “a famous musical entourage,” according to a police report.
That’s when Wisdom allegedly pulled out a gun, the victim told police. Wisdom then shot one of the two men in the right calf, according to police. The victim was able to identify Wisdom as the shooter, police said in the report.The shooting in South Beach rounded off a violent Memorial Day weekend in Miami-Dade County, during which at least six people were killed and dozens were injured by gunfire.