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Pittsburgh Mass Shooting: Teens invited to the party say it was supposed to be a big spring holiday celebration

PITTSBURGH (KDKA)-A teenager invited to a deadly Airbnb party in Pittsburgh over the weekend said it should be a big spring holiday celebration.

Rayonhna Hextall said the party words came out earlier this month and she was invited but didn’t go.

Matthew Stephi Ross and Jayden Brown were shot dead at a house party in the East Allegheny district of Pittsburgh on Sunday. Eight others were injured.

Hextall knows Steffy-Ross and is still shocked.

“He was a good person,” she said. “He’s just starting to make music and rap. That’s just sad. He was always smiling and laughing.”

According to police, more than 200 people were packed into Airbnb when 50 bullets were fired indoors and then outdoors. Currently, there are no suspects or arrests.

Hexor said the party’s words spread on social media at the beginning of the month. It cost me $ 5 to get in.

“It was supposed to be a spring holiday party,” she said. “No one knew that everyone would start shooting.”

I was relieved that I didn’t go to Hextor.

“I’m glad I didn’t go,” she said. “It was a sign that I didn’t go. Thank God.”

Steffy-Ross attended Propel Braddock Hills before transferring to the Grace Non Traditional Academy this year. Brown was about to graduate from Woodland Hills High School.

But now, all Hextall can do is pray that the family will fall apart.

“Everyone is talking about a long-lived mat,” said Hexor. “He has a younger brother, which makes it more sad.”

According to sources, KDKA’s Jennifer Borasso said students from Woodland Hills, Penn Hills, Gateway and Plum attended the party. It’s still unclear who organized and booked Airbnb.

Pittsburgh Mass Shooting: Teens invited to the party say it was supposed to be a big spring holiday celebration

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