Keak da Sneak – the growly voiced Hyphy sound originator – was shot multiple times on Monday morning in Richmond, CA – in the East Bay area. He was found in front of a gas station and was rushed to hospital where he is currently in “stable condition.” Police believe it was a “targeted incident.”
Sneak is best known for his song’s “Super Hyphy” and “Tell Me When to Go” with fellow Bay Area legend E-40
According to Spin Magazine:
Williams had performed a show that Sunday night at the Oakland club Complex, the East Bay Times reports. His friend, collaborator, and fellow Bay Area icon Mistah F.A.B. was in attendance, and has since posted about the incident. Yesterday, he posted on Instagram to give an update on Williams’ recovery, and to admonish some of Williams’ fairweather friends.
Keak da Sneak – real name Charles Williams – was shot earlier this year as well at a nightclub show in Tracy, CA.