Rannita Williams: Louisiana Mother Of 3 Shot Dead On Facebook Live
Louisiana mother Rannita Williams, turned to social media to shock her former lover from threatening her. But she is now no longer among the living.
Williams, 27, a mother of three, live-streamed herself Thursday, April 12, 2018 begging ex-boyfriend, Johnathan Robinson, to stop threatening her at her Shreveport home, authorities said.
BlackGirlTragic has chosen not to show the video, which shows Williams pleading while her ex menaced in the background.
“Stop, Johnathan,” Williams, a mother of three, is heard saying in the video. “Stop, Johnathan.”
In the video, 36-year-old \Robinson paces behind her. “You wanna be famous? I’m gonna make you famous,” he allegedly said. “Everybody wanna be famous, let’s be famous today.”
Soon gunshots can be heard and the man is seen wielding a long rifle. The woman’s voice is no longer heard.
When officers descended upon the home, Robinson reportedly fired a shot at them and was arrested and booked at Caddo Correctional Center on murder and firearm charges.
Williams’ body was found in the home as well, authorities said.
Detectives have yet to publicly release a motive in the slaying. But news and blog reports say Williams went on Facebook Live to broadcast her relationshiop with Robinson. His current girlfriend reportedly saw the Facebook Live video and that’s when Robinson allegedly flew into a rage.