Double homicide: Watch this Facebook Live video of nurse admitting he shot his ex

A nurse from Maryland confessed on Facebook Live of shooting his pregnant ex-girlfriend and his ex-wife point-blank. Here's what happened.

A chilling Facebook Live video surfaced today which has rendered the residents of Baltimore and Columbia speechless.

A Maryland nurse gunned down his former girlfriend in Baltimore on Saturday, then murdered his ex-wife and confessed to the killings on Facebook Live, before shooting himself in the head.

Vengeful nurse

In the horrifying video, Rajaee Shareef Black, 44, admits to killing his ex-girlfriend Tara Labang on Saturday afternoon, while he was outside his ex-wife's Columbia apartment.

On video, Black claims that his ex-wife is also going to dye in his hands. He said:

I just did something crazy, man.
I just shot my ex-girlfriend in the head, yo. Um, felt like a dream. I never thought I would be that guy. The person that really started my depression and all of this is my ex-wife.
So, she next!

Posted by Tunde Mo' Aguda on Monday, December 13, 2021
Nurse makes Facebook Live confession about killing

Tara was killed over an argument with Shareef, while the ex-wife was shot over custodianship issues, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Shareef added:

But I just wanted to say this to people: Don’t play with people’s emotions, man. Don’t lie on these men
Double murder-suicide case

He calmly said before the end of the clip:

Oh, here’s my ex-wife right now.

Community speaks

The community is shocked at the unwarranted killings of the two women and are now concerned for their own safety.

Howard County police said in a statement:

Howard County police are investigating a suspected domestic murder suicide that occurred inside a residence in the 7300 block of Eden Brook Drive in Columbia just after 2 p.m.
The children have been placed in a safe environment and did not witness the incident. Investigators believe Rajaee Black came to Columbia after having just committed a domestic homicide a short time earlier in Baltimore.

Baltimore, Mayor Brandon Scott, also shared his opinion and said:

We’re talking about a neighbourhood that’s a bustling neighbourhood, a great neighbourhood, but it is shaken now because one of their neighbours has been taken from them, taken from the community.
Simply because someone doesn’t know how to move on.
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