Cali Swag District founder Wytony 'BIG WY' DILLON has praised police in California for offering up a $25,000 (£15,625) reward for information about group member M-Bone's murder last year (11).
The 22 year old, real name Montae Talbert, was killed on 15 May (11) while sitting in his car outside a store in Inglewood, California.
His bandmates appealed for anyone with information to contact police, and now cops in Inglewood are offering a reward for any information that can lead to an arrest and a conviction for the murder.
Group creator Dillon tells AllHipHop.com, "It's a good thing to try to add some help to the case. Some of the leads didn't materialise like they (the police department) thought they would.
"Hopefully this will help bring justice to Montae and bring closure for his family. This kid had no gang affiliations and I don't know why they picked him as a target."
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