Atlanta Rapper Bambino Gold and Cousin Missing
Bambino Gold and Skooly Wit Da Tooly are missing.
Atlanta rapper, Bambino Gold, born Edward Reeves, 29, and his cousin and promoter, Skooly Wit Da Tooly, born Kendrick Stokes, 30, have been missing for over a week. Family members say the two men left Atlanta for Montgomery, Alabama on Sunday, November 5, and they have been unable to reach them since.
Reeves’ girlfriend, who wishes to remain unidentified, says the last time she spoke to him was that Sunday, “He seemed fine … like nothing was wrong with him. I’m try not to think about nothing being wrong. I’m trying to think positive.”
Apparently, Reeves and Stokes were visiting a friend in Ridgecrest area of Montgomery, and were set to return a few days later. She filed a missing persons report on Tuesday after both men stopped answering their phones and posting on their social media accounts.
Reeves has been shot several times in the past. Most recently, he was shot in the face after several men ambushed him. During an interview with DJ Smallz, Reeves says at least 30 shots were fired.
Stokes’ mother, Felecia Webster, sent the following letter to the Atlanta Police Department, “Kendrick Stokes has been missing for several days. We have not gotten a phone call, text or email from him. No person as a family member, friend or associate has received any contact from him. We have grave concern for his safety, well-being and where he is at this present time.”
“The law enforcement authorities in Montgomery, Alabama have concentrated their efforts in this matter and we as a family are interested in expanding the support to locate our family member. We the family do hereby request a partnership with the Atlanta Police Department in expanding the efforts to find Kendrick Stokes.”
“We request a meeting with the department with all deliberate speed to support us in resolving our concern. Please be in communication with Mr. Bartell and assist us with this urgent and critical matter for our family.”
The two were last seen driving a 2016 white Honda CRV with a Georgia license plate.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 334-215-STOP.
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