Three-13 rapper Michael Brock, 19, shot dead by rivals

Michael Brock, of group Three-13 has been shot dead aged 19 after he answered the door to members of a rival group of MCs in Louisana last Monday.

Following a high speed chase, two members of rival group The Fours have been arrested.

Bogalusa Police Department told the press: "There were other people present in the apartment, including a 7-year-old child who was in the same room with Brock during the hail of gunfire. The child was miraculously not shot."

Tauj Taplin, 19, is reported to have shot Michael with an AR-15 as he answered his door at Sunset Acres Housing Complex.

The rapper was hit multiple times before the attacker jumped into a getaway car, driven by Quardavion White, 19, police have said.

The two men, suspected of having ties to a gang, were arrested three days after the shooting.

Police identified the alleged assailant and the getaway driver using surveillance footage and police intelligence.

Following a review of surveillance footage and witness testimony, Tauj was identified as the alleged shooter and Quardavion as the suspected getaway driver.

The suspects were pulled over by the police in Texas three days later, and Quardavion reportedly gave a fake name while telling his accomplice to run.

Police were then involved in a high speed chase with the suspects, but were forced to call it off to protect the lives of innocent civilians.

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