Man fatally shoots his ex-girlfriend on Facebook Live

A Louisiana man fatally shot his ex-girlfriend on Facebook Live after telling her ‘I’m gonna make you famous’

27-year-old mother of three Rannita Williams also known as Nunu went live on Facebook at 11 am Thursday during an altercation with her boyfriend, Johnathan Robinson, 36.

In the video, Rannita was seen speaking to friends and family and apologizing for something that remains unclear.

She was heard saying, “My page has been blocked, that’s why I’m going live” as Johnathan stood in the background and told her to apologize.

“This Nunu, I’m blocked off my page. So I had to go online on phone. I ain’t had no intention to going live like that. I apologize to everybody.”

As she speaks, the man continues to ask her, “Wanna be famous?” He also asked, “You really think I’m worried about the police right now?” as he continues to pace behind her.

“B---- wanna be famous?” he asked. He continued as Williams said “no.”

“Wanna be famous, I’mma make you famous!” he said. “Everybody wanna be famous, let’s be famous today.”

Robinson then fired rapidly in the video which shows Williams collapsing to the ground as her phone falls to the floor at Williams' home in Shreveport, Louisiana.
At the end of the video, he is heard saying: 'Now b****, game over. Game over b****.'

Williams was rushed to the hospital, but she died later after it was revealed she was shot at least six times.

According to her family, she previously dated Robinson off and on for years, but the pair reportedly broke up for good about two years ago.

Robinson was seeing someone very seriously but was still messing around with Nunu and Nunu reportedly let the main chick know she was still sleeping with Robinson. The girlfriend confronted Robinson and he ambushed Nunu asking her to apologize.

After she started Facebook live, an agitated Robinson opened fire when he found out that someone had called the police.

The Shreveport Times reported that nearly 40 officers rushed to the scene after the shots were fired inside the Louisiana home. When they arrived, officers exchanged gunfire with Robinson for nearly 90 minutes before they could arrest him.
It was also reported that one of the police officers sustained a gunshot wound to the wrist during the clash.

Robinson was charged with second-degree murder and possession of a firearm before being taken to Caddo Correctional Center.

The man who is not new to crimes was arrested back in 2015 after he allegedly beat his girlfriend when he forced her into a residence. He locked himself and the woman in a house even when officers arrived, he continued to beat the woman,
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