In early July, Bankroll Fresh's alleged killer No Plug had a conversation with DJ Vlad, in which the former described the shooting as self-defense. Now, Bankroll Fresh's uncle writes a scathing letter to Vlad for failing to get all sides of the story.

Throughout the letter, Bankroll's uncle, Marvin Shadi Powers, takes shots at Vlad's journalistic integrity and blasts him for his lack of respect for the Black community. He accuses Vlad of promoting Black-on-Black crime and of purposefully avoiding more positive interviews and topics.

Powers opens the letter by writing, "You disrespectful culture vulture. I offered you to talk to my family, (Bankroll Fresh’s family) when my nephew was first killed. Did you call us or reached out to the Street Money Worldwide family or his father and mother to get a rebuttal to No Plug’s story? None of that!"

He contines, "The story [No Plug] was telling you were straight bullshit with more holes in it than the police’s reasons for killing Alton Sterling. You’re an poor excuse for an journalist, if we can even call you one. And while the whole black community were coming together to protest “cops killing black men”, you drop this one sided interview of an open investigation for an unsolved murder of Bankroll Fresh."

In case you didn't watch VladTV's interview with No Plug, the alleged killer described how he had been longtime friends with Bankroll before they had a falling out. Plug said that one night outside a studio, the two had a small fight, and as Plug was leaving, Bankroll approached his car and fired a shot. According to his side of the story,Plug then fired back in self-defense.

Powers' main point is that Vlad failed to interview anybody else that was at the studio that night and saw what happened. As a result, the story could've easily been altered. Keep it locked to XXL as more news about this situation surfaces.

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