At several points, the other man yelled others in the store that Yood was there to meet an underage girl “for sex.” [firefly_poll] As Yood attempted to escape the situation, the two men followed him to his car and continued asking him questions about his activities, which included asking the girl to “wear something cute.” During a conversation in the store’s parking lot, Yood told the men he actually just wanted to talk to the girl he thought he was communicating with so he could help her avoid being taken advantage of. “Dap” was having none of it. “You asked a 13-year-old girl if she is a virgin!” he shouted. “You’re trying to help and you said, ‘wear something cute!'” According to The Michigan Insider, a branch of 247Sports that first reported the story, Yood is “not the subject of any records at the 15th District Court, located in Ann Arbor, or at the Washtenaw County Trial Court.” Shakur, 40, whose real name was Robert Lee, was shot and killed the night the video was first posted, according to Fox News. According to CNN, Lee was in a restaurant in Pontiac about 10:30 pm on Sep. 29th when he accused an 18-year-old man of being a pedophile.
Here’s video of Michigan football ‘staff member’ Alex Yood being confronted by 2 men who posed as a 13-year-old girl in order to expose pedophiles…WHAT THE HELL IS HAPPENING pic.twitter.com/qC6byTXDof — James T. Yoder (@JamesYoder) November 2, 2023
The situation “rapidly escalated” and Lee was shot. He later died in a hospital. Although Lee’s “one-man crusade has led to the arrest and criminal charges being filed against several men,” local police said at the time, “he has also mistakenly identified someone as a sexual predator who was not.”
Some of you might be aware of a fellow catcher named Boopac Shakur that was shot and killed last night while confronting a child predator. R.I.P. Robert.While Boopac and myself have much different approaches in confronting these creeps, today is a dark reminder of just how real… pic.twitter.com/Hp6LSzeroi — Alex Rosen (@iFightForKids) September 30, 2023
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