Rapper Bun B Protects Himself with Second Amendment Rights by Shooting Home Invader


The Second Amendment came in handy for Houston, Texas, rapper Bun B and his wife, Queenie, when a home invader came busting into their home on this week.

Houston’s ABC 13 reported that the rapper shot a robber on Tuesday, April 23.

According to a police report, someone knocked on the couple’s front door and when Queenie opened the door, a masked gunman forced his way into their home.

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Queenie told police she thought the person at the door was an Amazon delivery man.

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But the would-be robber demanded cash and valuables, Queenie said.

But Bun B said he heard the commotion while he was upstairs, and he quickly armed himself.

The rapper told police he came down the stairs firing, and the intruder fired back before dropping his gun and running away.

The suspect was later arrested at a hospital where he sought treatment for a gunshot.

Police say that the intruder is identified as DeMonte Jackson.

The suspect later appeared in court wearing a sling.

Officials released a mugshot of the robber:

I guess liberals would rather have seen Bun B and his wife get shot for their belongings?

Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston.

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