A 27-year-old Shreveport, Louisiana woman was gunned down while she was live streaming on Facebook. Rannita Williams, affectionately called NuNu, was talking to her Facebook friends and some family members when a man came into view behind her.
This is how the story unfolded:
The video started with Williams addressing viewers saying:
"Hey y'all, this is NuNu, ... I didn't have any business doing all that. My page been blocked."
"Everybody wanna be famous. I'm gonna make you famous," says the man in the background.
Williams could then be heard acknowledging people addressing her on the phone, including someone she refers to as an "Aunt Lola."
"You think I'm worried about the police right now?" asked the man.
Again the man talks about "making people famous."
This image shows the shadow of the man who fatally shot a Shreveport woman as she live streamed the incident on Facebook Thursday. After the woman was shot and collapsed, her phone camera continued filming until the man turned it off.
"You wanna be famous? I'm gonna make you famous," the man says as he weaves back and forth over Williams. "Everybody wanna be famous, let's be famous today."
The man, who may also be on a separate telephone, then opens a door and fires six shots -- four in rapid succession followed by a pause between two more.
Williams shouts, "Stop Johnathan" as her phone falls to the floor face up and points to a vent on the ceiling.
Then a man in shadow is seen pointing a long-barreled gun. He fires three times in an outward direction. A fourth shot appears to be toward the floor.
"Now, b****, game over," says the man. "Game over, b****," he repeats before picking up the phone.
Police said the man inside of the house barricaded himself before surrendering. After that is when the woman was rushed to University Health Hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Family members left the shooting scene, too, and went to the hospital. They began leaving as word reached them that Williams died.
The suspected shooter, Johnathan Robinson, 36, of the 1400 block of Arlington Avenue, is in police custody. He's been booked into the Shreveport City Jail on charges of second-degree murder and convicted felon in possession of a firearm."
Rannita Williams leave behind three children.
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