Rapper Mo3, 27, is shot dead on a freeway in Dallas

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Rapper Mo3, 28, is gunned down by a shooter on a Dallas interstate as graphic footage shows him lying on the ground receiving CPR

  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT  
  • Rapper Mo3, whose real name is Melvin Noble, has been shot and killed in Dallas 
  • The shooting took place on Interstate-35 just before noon when a gunman pulled up, got out his vehicle and approached Mo3’s car 
  • Mo3 also got out of his car and started running away with gunman chasing him
  • The gunman fired multiple times, striking the rapper in the head at least once 
  • It’s unclear if police have arrested a suspect in the Wednesday shooting 
  • The rapper is also a longtime associate of Boosie Badazz’s Bad Azz Music label 

A rising Dallas rapper was killed Wednesday afternoon by a man who gunned him down on an interstate in the city as graphic footage shows him lying on the ground receiving CPR.

The rapper was identified on social media and numerous outlets as 28-year-old Melvin Noble, better known as Mo3. He was a known associate of Boosie Badazz. 

The shooting took place on Interstate-35 just before noon, according to TMZ.   

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Mo3 pictured with Boosie Badazz

Mo3 pictured with Boosie Badazz

Rising Dallas rapper, Mo3, also known as Melvin Noble, was shot dead in Dallas on Wednesday. Mo3 was a longtime associate of rapper Boosie Badazz (together, right) 

Mo3 was in his car when another vehicle pulled up next to him. A gunman got out of the vehicle and approached the rapper. Mo3 also got out of his car and started running down the interstate with the gunman chasing him. The gunman shot him at least once in the head

Mo3 was in his car when another vehicle pulled up next to him. A gunman got out of the vehicle and approached the rapper. Mo3 also got out of his car and started running down the interstate with the gunman chasing him. The gunman shot him at least once in the head

Mo3 was in his car when another vehicle pulled up next to him. A gunman got out of the vehicle and approached the rapper. Mo3 also got out of his car and started running down the interstate with the gunman chasing him. The gunman shot him at least once in the head 

Mo3 was driving along the freeway when another car pulled up next to him. A gunman got out of the vehicle and approached the rapper. 

TMZ reports that Mo3 also got out of his car and started running down the interstate with the gunman chasing him. 

The gunman fired multiple rounds with at least one striking Mo3 in the back of the head. 

Other cars on the highway also scrambled to flee the scene as the shots were fired.  

First responders transported him to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. It’s unclear if anyone else was in the vehicle with him at the time of the shooting. 

A short time later, graphic videos began to circulate online and appeared to show a man lying on the ground while a person performs CPR on him.  

A short time later, graphic videos began to circulate online and appeared to show a man lying on the ground. Mo3's death comes nearly a year after he was targeted in another shooting in December 2019

A short time later, graphic videos began to circulate online and appeared to show a man lying on the ground. Mo3's death comes nearly a year after he was targeted in another shooting in December 2019

A short time later, graphic videos began to circulate online and appeared to show a man lying on the ground. Mo3’s death comes nearly a year after he was targeted in another shooting in December 2019

Mo3 was a longtime associate of Boosie Badazz’s Bad Azz Music label. 

His death comes nearly a year after he was targeted in another shooting in December 2019.

At the time, he revealed that he had been shot in the hand and the back of his head, but assured his fans .

In 2014, Mo3 released his mixtape Shottaz and has released six different projects since. 

He’s most known for his tracks Errybody, which is a collaboration with Boosie, and All the Way Down. 

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