In this week’s episode of Real Murders of Atlanta, an Atlanta rapper’s death will be covered.
The description of the episode, “Blood Feud”:
Atlanta’s thriving hip hop scene is stunned when up-and-coming rapper Lil’ Phat is executed in broad daylight. The case takes detectives into a world of mobsters and kingpins where the victim’s lyrics may have foretold his demise.
Lil Phat died in 2012 at just 19 years old.
Check out the exclusive clip below:
Real Murders of Atlanta follows various homicide cases and their eventual conclusions. Viewers will learn more about the class and race boundaries that affect the cases, as well as how far people will go to secure the bag. As the series description states:
“Real Murders of Atlanta” portrays the unbelievable cases of homicide that highlight the boundaries between gentrified Southern dynasties, hip hop hustlers and the flashy nouveau riche of this metropolitan mecca of music, entertainment and tech. Told by the investigators, witnesses, reporters and loved ones who have direct connections to the cases, each hour-long story brings Atlanta’s hustle and deadly decadence into sharp focus. It’s the dark side of the New South, where deadly battles for status and affluence emerge between those who are willing to kill for the good life and those willing to kill to keep it.
Real Murders of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8/7c on Oxygen.