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Wavy Navy Pooh dead: 25-year-old rapper ‘shot in front of two children’ while driving

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Wavy Navy Pooh died on Friday night whilst out driving his car in Miami, according to police reports.The Quality Control star, whose real name is Shandler Beaubien, was reportedly shot and killed in a drive-by shooting with two young children in the car.According to police, the rapper was driving a Toyota Camry at the time of the shooting.They went on to reveal that when he stopped at an intersection, a grey four-door Lexus pulled on his side and opened fire, killing him.The drive-by shooting happened in Kendall, Florida, a suburb of Miami.Police said the shooter was in a four-door grey Lexus that sped away westbound on Southwest 152nd Street, according to Police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta.A one-year-old baby boy, a five-year-old boy and an adult woman were in the back seat, narrowly escaping harm.

Zabaleta confirmed that one of the children was celebrating their birthday at the time. The investigation shut down the Covid testing site at Zoo Miami until Saturday, according to the county.The rapper's record label, Quality Control Music, confirmed his death via an Instagram post in the early hours of this morning.They shared a picture of Beaubien dressed smartly in a tuxedo with the caption: “Wavy Navy Pooh.

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