DETROIT (WJBK) - The shooting of two up-and-coming rappers on I-94 in Detroit was not a random shooting, Michigan State Police say.
Police say the deaths of Ramell Campbell and Domonique Brown appears to be the result of an "ongoing feud." Suspect leads are being investigated.
Campbell and Brown were killed in a shooting on Interstate 94 early Sunday morning. The 27-year-olds had been friends since high school, and were on their way home from a club when the shooting happened.
Police were called around 3 a.m. about a car that was in the shoulder area of I-94 at Livernois. Once on scene, police determined Campbell and Brown were inside and had been shot to death. We're told their car had been shot at multiple times.
Michigan State Police and Detroit police secured the scene and closed the freeway, which remain closed for nearly nine hours Sunday morning.
Campbell went by the stage name 47 Mell, and Domonique went by Domo Brown. Both were just featured on Hot 107.5 on Friday. Host Kenny Valentino says Campbell would take whatever was going on in his life or current events and channel that into his raps, and that Domo was a "real female" who rapped about real things.