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Robert Spencer Biggers Jr.

Age 18

Louisville, Kentucky

Local rapper who loved his familyi

He was a member of N Street Baptist Church. He loved his family, especially his sister Kaylyn. His older cousin, Pasalo Jewell, says he was a kind soul. They were both local rap artists who never got the chance to make music together.

He was trying to turn his life around. “He was just getting his first job, didn’t get the chance to drive,” Jewell said. “He’s missing so much right now. This isn’t what he wanted or expected. He was changing his life.”

On Nov. 8, 2018, Robert Spencer "ChiChi" Biggers, Jr., 18, was shot and killed at the Lake Dreamland apartment complex in Louisville, Kentucky.

By Quintez Brown · Age 18 and SaMya Overall · Age 17
Meet the Reporters

More than 80 musicians

Taveon Donte' Brooks

Basketball point guard, would-be rapper

Raydale Hill

Can no longer create his music

Elijah Foster

Dope Boy Gang. One less member.

Vicente Valero III

He was a modern Renaissance man

Beverly McBride

Purple hair, just like her dad

Ricky Ryon Willis III

YouTuber was destined for great things

Ramon Enriquez Barragan

Born, raised, died in Garden City

Trevon Fareed Richardson

College, football, a scholarship. All lost.

James Claggion IV

Left hometown for fame in Atlanta

Zachary Mulford

Summer job turns into winter grief

Bryan Portales Escalante

Phone, wallet, shoes and, life — gone

Darion Gordon

Sixteen years erased by one bullet

Ke’Andre Johnson

Cut off after only one verse

Kaileigh Lin Collier

Was “more beautiful than she knew”

Carnandez A. Davis

New family never to be whole

Taylor Hayes

A star on her karaoke machine

Arthur Roger Holloway III

His obituary ran in two states

Montrell Anthony Mouzon

His dream of witnessing motocross shattered

Brandon Nash Hammett

‘The music master’ killed before college

Chazton Dejuan Artray Guidry

A dream ends, a sound silenced