LPB Poody Wiki – LPB Poody Bio
LPB Poody, whose real name is Robert Lee Perry Jr., was a native of Carver Shores, West Orlando. He was wounded in a shooting in the Carver Shores neighborhood that left his friend dead on Saturday night, April 25th, 2020.
LPB Poody Age
LPB Poody was 19 years old.
LPB Poody Career
Poody, whose real name is Robert Lee Perry Jr., was born in Carver Shores, West Orlando. LPB stands for Light Pole Baby, which stands for having to fend for oneself from an early age and being raised on the streets like a light pole stands on the street. According to his Spotify bio, he fell in love with music and acting from a young age. He is known for songs like “Kill the Beat”, “No LOL’z” and his latest release, “Address It”. She released her debut album, Streetz Callin ‘, in 2018. On Spotify, she has more than 80,000 monthly listeners.
LPB Poody Girl Friend
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LPB Poody Friend (Dexter Rentz) Killed in the Shooting
Local media has confirmed that the victim who died in the shooting was Dexter Rentz, an Ocoee High School senior who was going to play for the University of Louisville in the fall. Police did not provide further information on the condition of the three men who survived the shooting, including LPB Poody. Heavy contacted the Orlando Police Department for more information, but has not yet received a response.
RIGHT NOW: Detectives are investigating the death of an Ocoee High School student. The victim was one of four males believed to be shot in an incident in the Carver Shores neighborhood overnight. pic.twitter.com/uUrAnHFVDI
— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) April 26, 2020
LPB Poody Involved in Shooting
Poody was wounded in a shooting last night that left his friend dead on Saturday night, April 25, 2020 in the Carver Shores neighborhood. The shooting left one dead and three wounded. Detectives have said the person killed is Dexter Rentz Jr., a senior football player at Ocoee High School who had recently signed for the University of Louisville.
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