Who is VNZA?
VNZA was a Detroit rapper who was reportedly shot and killed on Saturday, May 29. He was also a videographer and a visual artist. The day seems to be cursed as after the news of rappers Lil Loaded and Supa Gates’s deaths hit the Internet, another rapper lost his life.
His full name was Vonza Watson.
A man who was fatally shot at a popular Missouri pool bar over the weekend has been identified as local rapper and visual artist VNZA.https://t.co/MBeFvDQEF6
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) June 1, 2021
How old was VNZA?
VNZA was 27 years old at the time of death.
VNZA Wiki, Bio
The Detroit-bred VNZA was a artist who grew up in Michigan and Jefferson City. He had dropped a few songs on his official YouTube channel like ‘Hobbies’, ‘No Sleep’, ‘Ziploc’ , ‘3AM Freestyle’ and ‘Out of Nothing Freestyle’ among a few others. According to publication Kansas City, VNZA’s bio on his SoundCloud revealed he was inspired by hip hop heavyweights such as late Nipsey Hussle, Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z.
His Instagram handle goes with the username @vonthevisualgod, where he had also quoted the price of filming videos as $1000.
According to the publication Kansas City, VNZA was shot and killed at a Lake of the Ozarks area bar. The Camden County Sheriff’s Office had first revealed the identity of the aspiring musician. Cops revealed that VNZA was shot in the chest on Saturday night, May 29, shortly before 11 pm.
He was apparently killed at Lazy Gators, a waterfront venue next to the popular Shady Gators bar and grill near Lake Ozark, Missouri.
Detroit rapper and visual artist VNZA has been identified as the victim of a deadly shooting. https://t.co/FifOSZZX1t
— REVOLT (@revolttv) June 1, 2021
A lot of rappers have died off late. Artists like Gates, Chucky Trill and Mo3 died tragically.
Meanwhile rapper Pop Smoke was one of the top artists who was killed last year after being shot.
What Happened To VNZA?
Speaking of his case, three people were arrested in connection to his death.
It is also reported that investigators are approaching people and asking if anyone had captured the incident on camera to submit those images to the sheriff’s office. Shedding light on the rapper’s death, Sheriff Tony R. Helms told Springfield, Missouri TV station KR3, “We know for a fact there was probably 25 people with camera videos videoing this. I know you think that’s great but we think it’s even better if you can get that to us.”