Jack Harlow has been one of the biggest breakout stars in hip-hop over the last year as it all started with the success of his “What’s Poppin” single in January 2020. Since then, it’s only been up for him as he’s become a fan favorite on social media and an entertaining personality on these apps as well. Over 10 days ago though, a shooting occurred at a nightclub in his hometown of Louisville as Harlow was in the venue as well and now, his DJ, DJ Ronnie Lucciano, is being charged in this case.
Luciano Hit With Murder Charge With Warrant Out For His Arrest
According to TMZ, Luciano has been indicted on murder charges and a warrant is officially out for his arrest. The full charges are murder and tampering with physical evidence in connection with the fatal shooting. Luciano’s real name is listed as Ronnie Tyson O’Bannon. The venue that the shooting occurred was identified as Vibes Restaurant and Ultra Lounge. The incident reportedly occurred after an altercation between a woman and a man. Soon, shots were fired and the club was being cleared, including Harlow, who quickly fled.
Luciano Turned Himself In
The aftermath of the shooting resulted in a 37-year-old woman dying along with a man who was treated at a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Late Tuesday afternoon, Luciano ended up turning himself into police and was booked at the Louisville Department of Corrections. His mugshot was also taken at the time of the booking. Harlow hasn’t spoken on this situation yet and this likely won’t happen at all due to how serious of a legal matter it is.
Harlow Performed On ‘Saturday Night Live’
“Saturday Night Live. March 27th,” said Harlow on Twitter a month before his performance. “I grew up watching SNL with my family every weekend. I vividly remember seeing Kanye perform Love Lockdown and Heartless in 2008. Thank you for making this happen. Another dream come true.”
Jack Harlow Had Successful Debut Album
In December, Harlow put out his highly anticipated debut studio album, “That’s What They All Say.” The project was led by the “What’s Poppin” remix feat. Tory Lanez, DaBaby, and Lil Wayne and went on to debut at number five on the Billboard 200 chart. It also contained appearances from Lil Baby, Big Sean, fellow Louisville native Bryson Tiller, and more. The album has since been certified gold by the RIAA in the US.