Virginia Man Shot During Barbershop Argument Over Aretha Franklin Biopic

Virginia Man Shot During Barbershop Argument Over Aretha Franklin Biopic

Virginia Man Shot During Barbershop Argument Over Aretha Franklin Biopic

About an hour after Aretha Franklin died yesterday, a guy in Virginia SHOT another guy. after they got into an argument about whether Halle Berry should play Aretha in a movie.

Police said the fight turned physical and then one of the subjects produced a firearm, shooting the other man at least once.

Michael Jermell Hatton, 44, allegedly pulled out a gun and shot the other man, Tony Jonathan Lundy, 47, once outside the shop.

A witness said he'd heard two people "arguing over whether or not Halle Berry played or would play Aretha Franklin in a movie".

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After 9-1-1 was called the victim, 47-year old Tony Jonathan Lundy, was treated by first responders before being transferred to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. for serious injuries. Hatton was also treated for injuries and then transported to a local jail, where he is now being held without bail.

"I can't sing!" Berry said in 2011. If I could carry a tune, I'd consider it. In the end, Berry didn't feel she could do Aretha justice.

Singer Jennifer Hudson has since emerged as favorite to play the Franklin, who was famously known as the Queen of Soul. I never expected Halle to sing. In 2011, Entertainment Weekly reported that the singer favored the Oscar-winning actress for a biopic based on her memoir. "Many actors have portrayed vocalists by lip-synching to the artists' original recordings". The Queen of Soul had been suffering from advanced pancreatic cancer.

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