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Baby Cino dead: tributes to rising rapper after he was shot down in Miami

Baby Cino – real name Timothy Starks – was shot dead on Wednesday, just two months after he released his haunting song “Dead at the Scene.”

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Aspiring rapper Baby Cino has died after being gunned down in Miami on Wednesday.

The musician – whose real name is Timothy Starks – was shot dead at the age of 20.

He was tragically killed just hours after his release from prison.

Timothy was driving his red Nissan when he was ambushed by a gunman in a vehicle on the Palmetto Expressway.

He was driving the car when shots were fired and was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering a gunshot wound to the head.

Passenger Dante Collins Banks, also 20, who police said went to pick up Starks from prison, was shot in the abdomen.






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Dante was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital in stable condition.

Taking to Twitter, fans couldn’t believe what had happened.

One person wrote: “This is crazy how baby Cino died someone watched him leave prison.”

Another wrote: “Damn they killed baby Cino as soon as he came out.”

Baby Cino’s death comes after he released his latest single, Big Haiti Shootas, in which the star raps about violence and shooting his enemies.

On the song, he raps, “Spot ’em, I got ’em, If there’s a problem or a problem, we pull up with the choppers, we leave him dead on the scene, heck, well, he can’t handle it.” it to the doctor.







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“See how his body falls like in autumn. Yellow tape, then helicopter, screaming, there goes his mother.

His texts came back to follow The Sun reports that police say the gunman fired at least 40 shots into the rapper’s vehicle.

Officers have not identified the gunman but said: “A dark-colored vehicle was seen fleeing the area at high speed.”

Timothy was arrested Tuesday night in Opa-Locka, Fla.







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According to the Miami Herald, an officer stopped the rapper on Opa-Locka Boulevard because he was having a disabled day.

Officers reportedly searched the car and found a fully loaded Glock 32.

The publication added that Timothy was booked into TGK Corrections just before 2am on Wednesday.

After posting bail, he was registered as released at 2:10 p.m.

The shooting then happened within an hour when his Nissan crashed into a concrete barrier.

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