Rapper charged with Gene Siller’s murder knew other victims through drug deal: report

Rapper charged with Gene Siller’s murder knew other victims through drug deal: report


The two murdered men found bound and gagged in a pickup truck after golf pro Gene Siller was gunned down on his Georgia club knew their suspected killer through a drug trade, according to a report.

Bryan Rhoden — a 23-year-old rapper known as “B. Rod” — is accused of shooting Siller once in the head after he “witnessed an active crime taking place” at the Atlanta-area Pinetree Country Club he ran.

Police then found two other men — Henry Valdez, 46, and Paul Pierson, 76 — shot dead and stashed in the back of Pierson’s Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck, which was abandoned on the course.

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Police have insisted there is no known connection between the suspected triple killer and the golfer — but a friend of Valdez told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Rhoden knew the other two victims.

Valdez was a California-based cannabis “broker” who worked with a “very small circle of people he trusted,” including Rhoden,

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