Update 01/18/2022 2:21am:

According to reports, QC artist Wavy Navy Pooh was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on Friday that reportedly left behind 80 shell casings. Police say Wavy Navy Pooh, real name Shandler Antoine Beaubien, was the only person wounded in the shooting despite his two children and another woman being in the vehicle. 

“Once officers arrived is when they discovered in a Toyota 4-door that the driver was suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Once fire rescue responded, they were able to pronounce the driver deceased here on the scene,” said Miami-Dade Police Public Information Officer Alvaro Zabaleta.

“The victim, in this case, was at the intersection of 152 Street and 127th Avenue getting ready to make a right to go eastbound on 152 Street. When an unknown vehicle, a Lexus approached him from the driver’s side and opened fire and then fled westbound,” Zabeleta added. 

In a tribute post, Quality Control Music said, “It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the loss of one of our beloved artists Wavy Navy Pooh… Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.”

Virgin Records also issued a statement, “Wavy believed in giving back to his community, as well as sharing his hardship through his music. Wavy, your Quality Control family loves and will forever miss you.”

Police haven't disclosed whether this was an instance of road rage or a targeted attack. 

Original 01/15/2022 2:28am:

According to reports, Miami rapper and Quality Control artist Wavy Navy Pooh was shot and killed in an ambush on Friday. 

Wavy Navy Pooh, real name Shandler Beaubien, 28, was suspected of being involved in several North Miami-Dade shootings over the past year. Authorities say they are bracing for a wave of retaliatory violence. 

Per the Miami Herald: 

The slain driver was behind the wheel of a Toyota Camry, stopped at the intersection when a gray four-door Lexus pulled on his side and opened fire, killing him. Unharmed: a 1-year-old baby boy, a 5-year-old boy, and an adult woman in the back seat.

Without offering any details about the circumstances of his death, QC CEO Pee Thomas posted a photo of Wavy Navy Pooh along with the caption, "Sad Day Bra. May God Keep Your Family [praying hands emoji][dove emoji]," 

Source: miamiherald.com