Rapper FBG Duck reportedly dies at age 26 after he was gunned down in Chicago drive-by shooting

RAPPER FBG Duck was allegedly gunned down and killed at the age of 26 during a drive-by shooting in Chicago on Tuesday.

Law enforcement confirmed to The Sun that three individuals were shot while shopping this afternoon after two vehicles pulled up with armed gunmen. 

Authorities added that four individuals got out of the cars and opened fire – hitting three people.

A 26-year-old man – believed to be FBG Duck – was pronounced dead after being taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Chicago PD also added that a 26-year-old woman and 36-year-old man were taken to nearby hospitals and are in serious condition. 

A black Ford Taurus and silver Chrysler fled the scene and no suspects have been taken into custody, officials said.

Shocking video has circulated online that allegedly shows FBG Duck on the ground moments after he was reportedly shot.

In the heartbreaking video, a man in a blue tracksuit is seen struggling face down on the pavement.

A woman stood near him as she screamed on the phone, seemingly trying to get help.

In a graphic separate clip taken by a passerby on a bike, the same man is seen laying in a pool of blood on the ground.

The hard-to-watch footage shows the man presumed to be FBG Duck moving around slowly as cops wait for medical help to arrive.

An eye-witness who took the video claimed the person on the ground was the rapper.

"I’m just writing my bike. F**k man. They shot FBG Duck man.I don’t know who shot him I just f***king ran into this," the passerby frantically said.

Another man who was also hit by the gunfire remained on the ground next to him.

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