M-Bone Drive-By Victim

Cali Swag District rapper M-Bone -- famous for the hit Teach Me How to Dougie -- has been brutally murdered in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles.


M-Bone, member of the rap group Cali Swag District that rose to fame for their hit Teach Me How to Dougie, was murdered last night in a drive-by shooting in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Inglewood.

The 22-year-old hip hop star, whose real name was Mante Talbert, was apparently just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Witnesses say M-Bone was in the driver's seat of his car outside of an Inglewood liquor store when another car approached and someone inside fired two shots, hitting M-Bone in the head and killing him instantly.

While cops aren't confirming the victim as M-Bone until they notify next-of-kin, his bandmate Smoove confirmed the news on Twitter:

"Ma life changed drastically in the. Blink of an eye rip mbone."

M-Bone will live on forever on the Internet, though -- check out this video of him teaching you how to Dougie: 

Image courtesy WENN.com


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Comments on "Teach Me How to Dougie singer M-Bone murdered"

Marissa June 06, 2012 | 9:26 AM

that is very sad, rip Mbone

victoria August 17, 2011 | 2:25 PM

Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. It seems so unfair that death should have the power to take the life of someone you love. And when it happens the thought of never again being able to talk to, laugh with, or hold your loved one seems so hard to bear. The bible indicates that it is possible to be reunited with our dead loved ones again. (John 5:21,28,29) Your loved one will no longer have to worry about sickness, suffering, pain, and even death. Jesus knew the pain of losing someone in death when his friend Lazarus died.(Revelation 21:3,4) I pray that you read your bible and receive the needed comfort that only our heavenly father can give.

sallyjsantos May 17, 2011 | 12:45 AM

Really, nobody but rappers get shot to death in the street??? How about John Lennon?? How very sad for this family, and for his potential as an artist and community leader. http://bit.ly/ksMcF2

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