Robin Banks Shot, In Life Threatening Condition. Meek Mill Sends Prayers.

Robin Banks Shot, In Life Threatening Condition. Meek Mill Sends Prayers.

Robin Banks has been shot in Woodbridge in the parking lot of Cameo Lounge approximately at 2:30 am. He is currently in a life-threatening condition. Robin Banks is one of the most promising rappers to make it in the industry with many videos sitting at 1 million views. Robin Banks is a very close associate with and our prayers go out to him and his family. The senseless shootings and violence needs to end.

Meek Mill sends prayers to Robin Banks over his Instagram. He’s a real one for this.

meek mill sends prayers to robin banks

SOURCE: YorkRegion

A 22-year-old rapper named Liban Randall — but more widely known by his stage name, Robin Banks — is in hospital fighting for his life along with another man after an early Monday morning shooting in Woodbridge.

He was identified online by a number of fans and friends who are pulling for his recovery on social media and beyond. On Twitter the hashtag #PrayForBanks is being used by some.

The incident, according to police, occurred at around 2:30 a.m. on April 3 when a gun fight broke out inside Cameo Lounge, located near Steeles Avenue and Weston Road, in Woodbridge. The club was packed with about 100 people.

hree people were shot, Randall along with a 26-year-old female, from Aurora, also described online as of Somali background, and a 26-year-old male from Toronto. The man is in life-threatening condition and the woman in serious according to police.

The shooting is the fourth such incident to occur in Vaughan since Mila Barberi, 28, was shot and killing on Castor Avenue in Woodbridge, on March 14. On Friday Domenic Triumbari, 55, was shot and killed outside a social club on Regina Road. Also killed was Laquan Lyew, 26, of Ajax, who was shot in his BMW on March 23.

Randall, from Jane and Finch’s Driftwood neighbourhood, has as many as a million views on some of his YouTube videos and said in a 2015 interview with VICE that music was his life’s passion.