Murder Over Hair Weave, Really?

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According to Memphis authorities, a teen was found guilty of second-degree murder after she fatally shot another woman killing her and her unborn child as well as another victim.

Shelby Isaac, 19, was found guilty in November 2017 reportedly of two counts of second-degree murder, two counts of homicide after she shot EJ Tate, Edwina Thomas and Thomas’ unborn child over a dispute involving hair weave at a northeast Memphis apartment complex.

For the triple murder, Shelby Isaac was sentenced to 24 years for Tate’s murder, four years for Thomas’ murder and an additional two years for the unborn child.

Therefore, Isaac was sentenced for a total of 30 years for the hair weave murder which occurred in 2016, according to authorities.

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