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Jack Harlow’s DJ Charged In Connection To Fatal Nightclub Shooting

Jack Harlow’s DJ Charged In Connection To Fatal Nightclub Shooting

Photo courtesy: Rich Fury / Staff

Jack Harlow’s DJ has been indicted for his role in a deadly nightclub shooting that occurred earlier this month in Louisville, Kentucky.

According to WAVE 3, a NBC affiliate, Ronnie Tyshon O’Bannon aka Ronnie Lucciano has been charged with both murder and tampering with physical evidence. The charges are linked to an incident that took place May 1 in Louisville at a venue called Vibes Restaurant and Ultra Lounge during Kentucky Derby weekend.

The incident resulted in the death of a 37-year-old by the name of Kasmira Nash and it was all caught on tape. Nash was working as a bartender at the restaurant when she was shot. Kasmira was pronounced dead upon arrival and a second man in attendance was also shot, but his injuries were non-life threatening.

Footage from a cell phone has been floating around that shows Harlow present in a club like setting when an altercation breaks out. Gunshots are heard later and you then see attendees run towards doors hoping to make it to exit safely. It is still unsure of what led to shooting, but WHAS 11 was told Nash confronted the DJ about his involvement in a shooting back in 2020 that killed a friend of her’s by the name of Torre Cortez Force.

Video courtesy: TMZ

“I think she [Nash] may have reached out, hit him or something physical happened, but he shot her,” said Nash’s friend Brittany Black, who claimed to have received calls from others who witnessed the May 1 shooting. “He shot her in a club in front of hundreds of people and he walked right out as if nothing had happened.”

O’Bannon’s bond is set at $500,000, and he is expected to be arraigned Monday.