FBG Duck was an American rapper, a member of the rap group, Fly Boy Gang (FBG).
Age, Early Life, and Education Background
FBG Duck was born Carlton D. Weekly under the Sagittarius zodiac sign on 6 Dec 1993, in Woodlawn, Chicago. His mother was LeeSheena White – he hasn’t revealed the name of his father, who was a former serviceman, but it’s reported that he was arrested and imprisoned for 24 years for a crime he never committed, before his son was born. He was brought up in South Side, Chicago, where he became involved in gang violence when he was still a child. FBG Duck had twin sisters, one of whom, Andrea White, died in an apartment fire in 2014. The late rapper also had an older brother named Jermaine Robinson, aka FBG Brick, who was murdered in Chicago. Weekly developed an interest in music when he was a child, and began writing rap songs when he was a teenager.
Weekly attended a local private high school in Chicago, Illinois, and matriculated to the University of Chicago.
When he was a teenager, FBG Duck teamed up with his friends to create the rap group Tooka Gang, which often performed in local events. The group became popular when they began uploading their music videos onto YouTube, shortly afterwards changing its name to the Clout Boyz or Boy Gang, and going on to release numerous rap songs including “Do It Like Me,” “Right Now,” and “Damn.” Weekly gained massive popularity for his hit single “Slide”, which garnered over 50 million views on YouTube. Thereafter, he released a remix of the song, which featured 21 Savage. In 2011, he signed a contract with Sony Music Entertainment, which significantly propelled his career – some of FBG Duck’s famous songs include “Gang Anthem,” “Eat Freestyle,” “Dead Bitches,” and “Common Sense,” among others.
FBG Group and its Association with Gangster Disciples
Fly Boy Gang – FBG Group, also known as Clout Boyz – often releases songs talking ill and criticizing their rival rap groups. In 2013, two members of the Lil Jeff and Young Mello, were shot dead by one of their rival rap gangs. Most FBG group rappers belonged to the Gangster Disciples (GDs) gang, which was formerly known as Black Gangster Disciple Nation (BGND). GDs was created by Larry Hoover in the ‘60s and most of its members previously served in the US Army. They were involved in various political movements, and criminal activities including murder, drug trafficking, robbery and extortion. They often feuded with members of their rival groups, which included Four Corner Hustlers, Four Corner, Vice Lords, and People’s Nation.
The Four Corner Hustlers gang is already connected in a nine-count racketeering indictment to six murders between 2000 and 2003. Now prosecutors have tied the gang to three additional killings in 2012.
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Social Media Presence
FBG Duck was active on Instagram (@real_fbgduck063) with over 380,000 followers. He joined Twitter – @FBG_DUCK – in February 2012, and garnered over 90,000 followers. Moreover, the late Chicago native had a self-titled YouTube channel that had over 420,000 subscribers and over 221 million views. He was fond of posting music videos on the platform.
FBG Duck was in a brief relationship with a woman named Korie. After their break-up, Korie began dating the Black Disciple gang member, Trey5, who is the brother of King Von aka O’Block, and Bruh Bruh. It is reported that FBG Duck’s girlfriend once stabbed him in the stomach – he displayed the knife scar in the music video for the song “Who the Fuck Is Dude” by Edai and King Lil Jay. In April 2020, Weekly shared his picture with a little girl on his Instagram account – it is alleged that the girl is his daughter. The rapper was unmarried at the time of his death.
FBG Duck was fond of smoking marijuana as seen on his social media accounts. In 2018, he had an altercation with the late rapper, Tekashi 6ix9ine. Weekly followed the Christianity religion.
FBG Duck’s Tragic Death
Shortly before his death, FBG Duck stated during an interview with VLAD TV that he was fearing for his life, and that he thought about being murdered every day. He was tragically shot 21 times in broad daylight on 4 August 2020 at the Dolce & Gabbana store in Gold Coast, Chicago, and was pronounced dead at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital. During the incident, the rapper’s girlfriend and another customer who was waiting in line at the high-end store were wounded. According to a Chicago police report, a $100,000 bounty had been placed on the head of the acclaimed rapper by an unknown person who was affiliated with the street gang Black Disciples. It’s reported that Weekly was killed for making fun of a deceased rival gang member.
Following the death of FBG Duck, numerous rappers and friends expressed their condolences on their social media handles. The American community activist, Ja’Mal Green, who was outspoken about the Black Lives Matter movement tweeted, ‘Popular rapper FBG Duck has just been pronounced dead after being shot in the Gold Coast an hour ago. Prayers up for his family, bring justice to them after this senseless act.’
FBG Duck’s Brother’s Death
On 19 July 2017, Weekly’s brother, FBG Brick, was murdered in cold blood along with his good friend, Coby Mack (also known as Stanley Jacob Mack) in the district of Gold Coast in Chicago. FBG Brick, who was 26 years old at the time of his death, lived in South Shore, Chicago while his friend, Mack was a resident of Austin, Chicago. After autopsy, it was ruled that the duo had succumbed to multiple gunshot wounds and the authorities concluded that their death was a case of homicide; it’s unclear who murdered the two.
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance
FBG Duck was of Afro-American ethnicity and had a set of dark brown eyes and black dreadlocks. He stood at an impressive height of 6ft 4ins (1.93m), weighed approximately 210lbs (95kgs), and his vital statistics were 40-33-15. The late rapper was fond of wearing loose outfits and numerous heavy silver chains – he had inked several tattoos on his body.
FBG Duck accumulated a modest fortune from his successful music career. The rapper was worth around $1 million at the time of his death.