Officers received a call about shots fired and found a single vehicle crashed at the scene Saturday. The only occupant of that vehicle, Edward Montre Seay, 32, of Chester, died from gunshot wounds, police said.
“Tre impressed the judges with his delivery, showmanship and off-the-dome creativity,” Kevin Liles, co-founder of 300 Entertainment, said at the time.
“This is seriously a dream come true,” he told Verizon at the time. Verizon said Seay started rapping at age 6, and was also a finalist in a BET freestyle competition in 2011.