DeeJay Gio the CEO and founder at DJGIO.NET is being reported to have passed away on Sunday morning April 10 after a shooting in Natomas on Sunday morning. The shooting left the Dj and another man, 18-year-old Jaylen Iverson Tolbert.
Confirming the news of the shooting, Berry Accius wrote his friend, DeeJay Gio one of the original DJs for the takeova crew who he managed when he and Jermaine J. Gib Gibson Ron Dosty did music, was murdered in a double homicide smh in Natomas. Berry went on to talk about how the whole City of Sacramento is Plagued with Gun Violence. He is set to join the US today with a heavy heart as they March to Stop Gun Violence in City.
Elisa Scott also confirmed DeeJay Gio’s death in a statement on Facebook that reads, “R.I.P DeeJay Gio! We gave him his first DJ gig & he wasn’t event 18.” Elisa went on to state that she did a lot of business with him throughout the years. She says they in some instances had their differences but they always respected at the end of the day.
Natomas Double Homicide
The shooting took place at the 2500 block of Amelia Earhart Avenue in Sacramento as by a statement by the Sacramento Police Department. The two, DJ Gio and Jaylen were found with “one life-threatening gunshot wound,” and pronounced dead later on.
DeeJay Gio studied Music at Sacramento State and prior to that, went to Natomas High School in Sacramento, California. He was one of the original DJs for the takeover crew.
The police are investigating the incident terming it a double homicide. Police ask anyone with information to call 916-808-5471.
Jaylen Iverson Tolbert Was Killed in the Natomas Shooting
The other victim of the shooting was identified as 18-year-old Jaylen Iverson Tolbert, the son of Jason Tolbert and Jeannine Edwards. Her mom Jeannine identified him as the victim of the shooting in a heartbreaking post.
“I think this is the hardest thing I EVER had to write. But for me & my kids’ father and his siblings just lost our 18 yr old baby boy Jaylen Iverson Tolbert to senseless bullshit last night,” Jeannine wrote in a post. She went on to write how heartbroken the family was for losing a promising young soul. Her mom went on to say she had no words to tell his little sisters, who were all looking up to him.”That he’s gone is a pain I have NEVER felt..He was truly a good respectful kid. And to say WAS is messing me up. So charge it to my head and not my heart if I seem a little off these days or don’t answer. I’m still processing him not coming back home with us,” She concluded in her statement.
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