As LAPD resources are being prioritized for the pandemic, many cases, including Pop Smoke's murder, are being pushed back.
Pop Smoke's death remains one of the biggest tragedies in the hip-hop community this year. The rapper was shot and killed in Los Angeles shortly after the release of his project Meet The Woo 2. Even though it's been a few months, police still haven't found his killer and with the pandemic only adding more pressure to law enforcement in the Los Angeles area.
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According to TMZ, because of coronavirus, it's been even more difficult for detectives on Pop Smoke's case to find leads. The coronavirus pandemic has led LAPD to prioritize their resources. Though detectives have been able to investigate the case, the amount of time and resources available for police to find Pop Smoke's killer has created problems for them to solve the case.
Detectives have still tried to talk to people and find evidence for the case but even that's been an issue since day one. Police have previously stated that they had trouble finding reliable witnesses. Some either refused to speak to police while others are said to have provided bad information.
We'll keep you posted on any more updates regarding Pop Smoke's murder investigation.