Last week, Police arrested two suspects who killed NY rapper and one of French Montana’s Coke Boys, Chinx Drugz in May 2015 over a six-year grudge.
The rapper who was 32 at that time was gunned down in the Spring of 2015 in Queens, NY, having taken multiple bullets to the torso. Another victim in the car was left badly injured from the gunshots.
Now, new reports have emerged about one of the suspects, Quincy ‘Qwality’ Homere, 32, who’s accused of being the killer.
According to NY reporters, Quincy attended Chinx’s vigils, wake memorial and publicly wore R.I.P. Chinx clothing. He also retweeted Chinx’s debut album in August 2015 on Twitter.
In a statement by NYPD to XXL, Lt. Richard Rudolph, Commanding Officer of the Queens South Homicide Squad gave an account of how Chinx’ was murdered.
Read the report below..
‘Quincy Homere, 32, and Jamar Hill, 26, “hunted” and killed the budding rap star due to a clash that took place while Chinx (born Lionel Pickens Jr.) was incarcerated. According to Rudolph, Chinx and Homere—an aspiring rapper himself who went by the name Qwality—fought each other on Sept. 27, 2009, while both were housed on Rikers Island.
“We’re not exactly sure what the fight was about but our perpetrator Quincy probably got the worst of it and he wanted to get back at Chinx,” Rudolph tells XXL. Chinx had previously served more than three years in jail on robbery and drug charges from June 2005 to October 2008, but was taken back into custody shortly thereafter due to a parole violation. “When he saw Chinx’s career starting to blow, he took it real personal and figured that his [own] career was going south… It just festered inside of him.”
Rudolph says the feud picked up again years later, when Homere showed up at a Chinx performance at SoundGarden Hall in Philadelphia on April 24, 2015, a night when French Montana, Uncle Murda and Neef Buck were all slated to hold court. There, the two men were involved in a verbal altercation. “[Quincy] was blacklisted from the other rap stars,” Rudolph said. “Quincy’s steaming since that concert… I think that’s when he started to feel a fire inside of him to take his revenge out on Chinx.”
Less than one month later, Homere and his friend Hill learned that Chinx would be performing at the now-defunct Red Wolf Lounge in Brooklyn on May 16, 2015, presumably thanks to a flyer that he shared via Instagram. The two followed Chinx after the show to a hookah bar, and continued to tail him as he drove Queens Boulevard. When Chinx pulled up to a red light at 84th Drive around 4 a.m., Rudolph says Homere fired a 9-mm handgun into the rapper’s Porsche, striking and killing Chinx and wounding his friend and Coke Boys affiliate Yemen Chee$e (real name Antar Alziadi).
“Jemar Hill, he took part in the whole execution of Chinx… but there is only one shooter, and that is Quincy Homere,” says Rudolph. “They were just waiting for an opportunity. So they both acted in concert to kill this kid.”
Meanwhile, Quincy is charged with murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the 2015 drive-by shooting that left Chinx dead. While his accomplice, Jemar is also been charged in connection with Chinx’s murder.
Source: Linda Ikeji’s blog