Rapper Yungen Gunnin Convicted Of Second-Degree Murder

Police allege that while performing in Louisiana, Gunnin shot another man.
Another rapper is facing serious charges and this time, he hails from Mississippi. Magnolia State Live reported on 25-year-old Yungen Gunnin, real name Jordan Johnson, a rapper from the Pelican State who was allegedly involved in a shooting that occurred at a nightclub in Jonesville, Louisiana back in December 2018.

Authorities alleged that Gunnin was performing at Suga Shak when he shot and killed 23-year-old Da’John Mitchell.

Investigators reportedly called Gunnin “a known gang member” who was later arrested at his home in Natchez, Louisiana.

District Attorney Brad Burget, said Johnson had a person filming his performance when Mitchell allegedly bumped into a stage member and a fight between Mitchell and Johnson broke out. Johnson reportedly shot Mitchell in the back with a .380 pistol he had on him and continued to fire at Mitchell four more times after he hit the floor.

This isn’t Yungen Gunnin’s first run-in with the law; at 18, he reportedly pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated assault in connection with a shooting that took place in 2014. In that case, Gunnin and three other teens allegedly shot at several men making their way through an apartment complex. The shooting didn’t end a fatality, but three victims were injured.

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In 2016, Gunnin was reportedly sentenced to “10 years in prison with five years suspended and five years post-release supervision on count one; 10 years to run concurrently on count two; and 10 years with five years formal reporting, meaning he had to report to a parole officer, on count three.”

He was reportedly on probation during the Suga Shak shooting incident. Gunnin was convicted of second-degree murder and felon in possession of a firearm. His prison time for his most recent case is unclear.


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