According to multiple reports, older brother of Memphis rapper Yo Gotti reportedly has been shot and killed outside a local restaurant hours after leaving a funeral.\n\n\nMemphis Police Department confirmed to Fox 13 that the shooting that claimed the life of Anthony “Big Jook” Mims took place at Perignons Restaurant and Event Center on Winchester Road. One man was shot and died after being rushed to St. Francis Hospital due to the shooting that began around 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 13.\n\n\nMPD Deputy Chief Paul Wright Jr., who has over 34 years of service with the Memphis Police Department, held a brief press conference hours after the shooting.\n\n\n“Right now, we do have video that we are analyzing, but we don’t have a clear suspect identified at this time,” he said. “But we know that a weapon was used, a firearm was used in this incident.”\n\n\nMims and the other individual were shot hours after attending a “repast” for a loved one named Eric Eugene Bovan, according to Wright and several posts on Mim’s Instagram story. He wrote, “RIP Unk Las Vegas Eric Legendary Kingpin” over an image of a man, followed by two other posts.\n\n\nAuthorities first received a call about a shooting, and moments later, officers who were flagged down found Mims had been shot in his vehicle.\n\n\nLaw enforcement was also asked if Mims’ death had any connection to the 2021 death of late Memphis rapper Young Dolph, Gotti’s former music rival. Dolph was gunned down outside a local cookie store just 14 minutes down the road from where Mims was shot and killed.