In yet another example of “social distancing don’t work in the hood,” a Springfield man was shot and killed yesterday on Facebook Live whilst chillin with the homies. Masslive hasn’t released the name of the dead guy yet, but the video was sent to us by sources. Don’t worry, you don’t actually see him get shot. It starts with four men in flat brimmed hats, who no doubt are out of work due solely to the coronavirus, arguing over who dipped their womb broom in the neighborhood pass around first.
“Give me the fucking gun.”
Good thing they had their priorities in order there as their friend lay dying and in desperate need of taxpayer funded medical attention.
As you heard they call him Monty, which is what he goes by on Facebook. In a great twist of irony, this is the last thing Monty Montana posted on Facebook.
Looks like got killed by a real n word. At least that’s settled.
Monty Montana seems like a really big loss to the community.
Who will ever coach the youth soccer team now? Really, really big loss for the community. I for one am shocked that someone who constantly poses in ghetto hardo mode, and whose life goals include acquiring Jordan’s and then acquiring more Jordan’s, would get shot in a drive by shooting.
Seems like such a high percentage way to live.
Of course I could’ve seen this ending years ago from his teenage days.
The hat. If your crotch fruit ever dons a flat brimmed Chicago Bulls hat they’re either gonna pursue a YouTube rap career or get shot in a drive by. Dr. Fauci even said.
Anyway, I’m sure he’ll get a great sendoff which will include copious amounts of Hennessy and flat brimmed hats in church. Actually, scratch that. This is probably the worst time to die because you can’t even have a funeral with more than 2 people anymore. Oh well, I’m sure they’ll make t-shirts which will be found in the back of a closet five years from now during a drug raid to memorialize him. Definitely worth dying before you turn 30 to keep it real in the streets of a shithole like Springfield.
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