Around 4:30a.m. November 6th in Gwinnett, Georgia police responded to a call at the Extended Stay Deluxe. When authorities arrived they found a woman, identified as Kia Yvette Jeffries, beaten and battered and her husband lying in the hall shot.
The wounded man, Earnest Mahir Abdul-Mateen a former professional boxer who went by M16, was taken to the hospital where he died.
No charges will be filed according to Corporal Jake Smith because, "They determined that Abdul-Mateen used a handgun to hit Jeffries repeatedly, until he was exhausted. At that point, Jeffries managed to turn the gun on Abdul-Mateen and pull the trigger."
Kia Yvette Jeffries, is an R&B singer known for the classy, family oriented jam "Put It In My Mouth":