2 Oregon hip-hop artists shot dead in Portland, police say


PORTLAND, Oregon – Two Oregon hip-hop artists affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan were shot and killed in Portland on Tuesday, authorities said.

>> Read more trending news

The men have been identified as Odion Turner, 42, of Portland, and David Turner, 45, according to a press release from the Portland Police Department. The two men were cousins, police said.

Odion Turner went by the stage name 12 O’Clock, while David Turner was known as Murdock, The Oregonian reported. Both men were members of the Brooklyn Zu, an affiliate of the Wu-Tang Clan, according to KGW.

According to the Oregon state medical examiner, autopsies of the two men determined they died of gunshot wounds, the police press release said. Both deaths were deemed homicides.

Police say the shooting took place around 5:30 a.m. PDT in Portland.

Four people were also injured in the shooting, The Oregonian reported. One person remained hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, police said. This person arrived at a hospital in the area via a private vehicle, the newspaper reported.

Odion Turner’s son posted a video on his Instagram Stories account on Tuesday, confirming his father was shot.

“I’m out of town on business and I get the call that they murdered my father,” Divine Turner said in the video. “I do not know what to do.”

At the bottom of the stories, young Turner wrote, “It’s a sad day for me. They murdered my dad in #Oregon.

Princhesca Rainier Turner, Odion Turner’s wife for over 20 years, lives in Florida, according to The Oregonian. She said her husband lived in Portland, where he has many parents.

On the day Odion Turner died, his eldest daughter had a baby.

“August 10, 2021. How could one day bring so much joy and so much pain? Princhesca Rainier Turner wrote on a social media website. “My heart does not know how to separate being empty and full at the same time. “

Police said the investigation was ongoing, according to the press release.


Previous Synth Moods: James Montenegro, formerly of Venus and the Traps, goes solo with Dead Talk Back
Next Many artistic and musical events will be held across Richmond

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.