A Florida rapper was reportedly filmed fatally shooting her manager after a fight and then being hit by a car.
Kevhani Camilla Hicks, 27, is charged with second-degree murder in the Oct. 9 shooting outside the Wynwood Walls, a street art museum in Miami.
Video received from WTVJ shows a female police officer, identified as Hicks, shooting the victim and then being run over by a white sedan as she tries to flee the scene.
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Previously, the footage shows Hicks and another man arguing outside a white car before things get physical. Then another person, supposedly her manager, gets out of the car and helps the man attack Hicks.
The video shows the rapper being thrown to the ground before all three get up.
Hiccup walks in the opposite direction before pulling a gun out of her bag and starts shooting, hitting her manager.
The footage shows the other man jumping into the car, hitting Hicks and then fleeing the scene. The video shows Hiccup getting up and running away.
When police arrived at the scene, they found the victim on the ground and Hicks nearby, suffering from blunt force injuries. Both were taken to a nearby trauma center, where the man died from his injuries.
“Based on her statement, we know that the victim in this case is her manager and that she is a singer,” Miami police spokesman Michael Vega told the outlet. “But we don’t know what led to this argument.”
The police report states: “The defendant stated that she was afraid because of the victim’s size and when she heard the victim scream, ‘I’ll kill you with one punch.'”
Hicks said she believed the victim was preparing to lunge at her when she began shooting, claiming she feared for her life.
She pleaded not guilty and her public defender said it was a “clear case of self-defense.”
At a hearing in October, Hicks was initially denied bail, but earlier this month he was granted bail of $50,000 plus house arrest.
Hicks took to social media to thank her fans and supporters.
“I’m finally home after experiencing something so traumatic and life-changing,” she said posted on Instagram On Monday.
“I have three broken ribs and bruises all over my body, so I am currently recovering and resting. I just want to personally thank everyone who supports me and knows that I am not the terrible person some people think I am.”