Quality Control rapper SCY JIMM has recently been involved in a shooting incident that took place in Daytona Beach. While details surrounding the incident remain limited, reports indicate that the rapper sustained multiple gunshot wounds during an altercation.
The news first broke through RaphouseTV, which reported the incident on Wednesday (June 7). According to their account, the shooting occurred while SCY JIMM was attempting to park his car. Initially, fans assumed the worst when a post showed someone being carried away on a stretcher from the crime scene. However, it was later clarified that SCY JIMM was still alive, albeit injured from the gunshots.
Say Cheese and other media outlets also shared the RaphouseTV post, amplifying the news across various platforms. In a separate development, The Economic Times mentioned that SCY JIMM’s manager, Blue Chezz, had previously been arrested on unrelated second-degree murder charges. It’s important to note that the two incidents do not appear to be connected. Furthermore, My Mixtapez reported that SCY JIMM had also been arrested on the same day as his manager but was subsequently released on bond. However, this information could not be independently confirmed.
SCY JIMM, a young rapper from Florida, signed with Quality Control in February. With approximately 65,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, he has been steadily building a following. His most recent single, titled “Set In Stone,” was released in May, and he recently took the opportunity to acknowledge Quality Control’s CEO, Pierre “P” Thomas, on his 37th birthday. Expressing gratitude for the opportunities given to him, SCY JIMM wrote on Instagram, “You believed in me, gave me a chance, something a lot of folks were scared to do. You changed not only mine but a bunch of people’s lives, and you don’t even know it. Man, you’re my 4L.”
He continued, “No matter what you do for me, that you wouldn’t have to in 1,000 years, I want you to know I appreciate EVERYTHING. Everybody, wish a happy birthday to Da Biggest. Live it up, my [ninja emoji]. I wish you many more.”
Unfortunately, SCY JIMM’s encounter with gun violence is not an isolated incident within Quality Control. In 2021, Bankroll Freddie was shot in the face, and in 2020, Lil Marlo tragically lost his life in a shooting incident in Atlanta.