JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The man killed in Wednesday morning's shooting on Emerson Street appears to have performed in a rap show earlier that night.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says 25-year-old Willie Addison was killed and five others suffered gunshot wounds after an apparent drive-by shooting near the Spring Park Road intersection on Emerson Street. 

JSO says the group was shot after attending a rap event at Paradise Gentlemen's Club on Baymeadows Road.

According to Facebook posts, Addison went by the rap name Boss Goon and the Facebook name Bossgoon Howimcommin.

Facebook posts Bossgoon Howimcommin

A video posted on Facebook about seven months ago titled ‘Boss Goon – “First Day Out”’ documents Addison’s release from prison. It features about a dozen people wearing white T-shirts with “House of Pain” scrolled in red letters.

The video begins with a man saying, “my son went to prison about six months after I got out.” He says that was about 10 years ago.

“I kept my word. The way I dropped him off when he turned himself in, that’s the same way I was going to come pick him up,” he continues.

The video then shows Addison being greeted with hugs and handshakes by the well-wishers as he’s released from prison. He was sentenced on multiple charges of perjury along with other crimes.

The video then turns into a music video of sorts showing Addison and the crew on what appears to be a charted bus as he raps to music in the background.

During a portion of the video, Addison talks about his prison stint.

“Doing 10 years. Just came home. My family brought me home real good. Doing my time, I learned a lot about life. Hopefully I got it down pat. I’m just happy to be home. I don’t know what to say.”

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Willie Addison
Court documents

According to a flyer from Paradise Gentlemen's Club, 'Boss Goon' performed the same night he was shot dead. 

Paradise Gentlemen's Club flyer