Tee Grizzley has broken his silence following the fatal shooting that took the life of his manager earlier this week.

On Friday night (Aug. 23), Grizzley shared a post on his Instagram page for the first time since the incident happened. The video shows his manager, 41-year-old Jobina Brown, who was also the rapper's aunt, sitting in the back seat of a moving car and smiling.

Tee captioned the clip, "Since I was 12 We been going everywhere together how you gone go to heaven without me???? Idek what to say JB I just wanted to show the world yo smile I love you so much 💔."

As previously reported, a gunman opened fire on the Scriptures rapper's Cadillac Escalade as he was exiting the passenger side of the vehicle on Tuesday night (Aug. 20) in his hometown of Detroit. Tee and the driver walked away unscathed but Brown, who was sitting in the back seat, was struck multiple times and later succumbed to her wounds. It is not known whether the rapper was the target of the shooting.

In the wake of the incident, several rappers came forward to give their condolences.

"They place the heaviest loads on the strongest backs," T.I. offered on Instagram. "Our prayers & condolences lil bro... Stay strong... I’m here if you need me King."

Police are currently investigating the shooting.

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