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Police have released a photograph of an aspiring rapper who was shot dead as he arrived at his west London home on January 26.
Fernando Johnson, 23, was beaten after he got out of his BMW X-series on Rosebank Way, Acton at 2:15am. Witnesses said that he was “attacked by two men.”
Mr Johnson, known by his stage name Fdot, was described by the family as “such a lovely man” who was “going to be a big name”.
A post mortem examination found that Mr. Johnson died of a gunshot wound.
Met Police arrested a man in his 20s on suspicion of the murder of Mr. Johnson on January 28. He later he was released on bail.
Fernando Johnson, pictured, was shot and killed after arriving at his home in the early morning hours of January 26.
Detective Chief Inspector Matt Denby, Senior Investigation Officer, said: “My team are making good progress with their investigations but, as always, we are keen to find out who might have been in and around the area at the time of this. incident”.
‘A web portal has been launched for members of the public to upload material that could help our investigation directly to us. I urge you to check your doorbell cameras and dash cam footage for anything you may have captured; It doesn’t matter if you think it’s insignificant, we still want to receive it.
Shortly after his murder, his family said in a statement: “He was well loved by family and friends and well known in the community, always had a smile on his face and greeted everyone with a big smile and a hug.”
‘He was a loving family man. He wanted the world to hear his story through his music. He was passionate about achieving his ambitions.
‘He was a talented footballer and played for QPR when he was young. He was very polite and brilliant with people of all ages.
“It is a great loss for the family and the community, we will make sure that the memory of him lives on. His mother, father, grandmother and two older brothers are devastated like all of us. She was the apple of his eye.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 514/Jan 26.
Alternatively, you can provide information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or visiting Crimestoppers-uk.org.