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John Robert Hill (B. August 3rd, 1996), also known as Boonk Gang , is an American Social media Stuntman and Rapper ​ known for filming himself sabotaging the rules inside of establishments. [1]

Personal Life

Hill is a resident of Miami Gardens ​ in South Florida ​. [2] ​ In early January, 2017, he joined Social media ​ and in April of later that year he started his Instagram ​. [2]

Instagram feed was launched, with the first video featuring Hill going behind the counter at a Popeye’s Chicken fast food restaurant to steal a box of fried chicken (shown below). Within four months, the video gathered upwards of 1.22 million views. Therea fter, only a few videos he garnered more than 600,000 followers. As of August, 2017, he has more than 1 Million followers. [3]

Music

He has one song that was made available on his iTunes ​. [4] ​ In an interview with a local NBC news station that was conducted some time after getting charged for the donut burglary, he admits that his stunts are real. He also claims that all of the antics that he's posted on his social media have been a part of a Publicity stunt ​ in order to help with the launch of his Rapping ​ career. [5]

Boonk Gang: The Video Game

In early September, 2017, Boonk Gang released his own mobile video game where he is the star. The game is called, Boonk Gang: The Video Game, and it acts as a high score-chasing dodge-'em-up starring the eponymous social media star-slash-rapper. Players guide Boonk as he picks up money left behind by passersby while avoiding pursuing cops and "The Man." [6]

Arrests

Dunkin Donuts ​ Burglary

On May 7th, 2017, Boonk walked inside of a Dunkin' Donuts located at 18801 NW Second Ave. He yelled expletives and eventually took an entire tray filled with glazed doughnuts, walked behind a designated workers' area, and walked out of the store with the tray. [7]

On July 26th, 2017, he was charged for burglary and petit theft in the donut incident dating back in May. In the court appearance, Judge Hill referred Hill to a court program and got probation in the summer of 2017. [8]

Felony

On September 24th, 2017, Boonk was arrested while he was publicly out with his friends at a shopping center. According to the witnesses who were with Boonk at the time of the arrest, the cop apprehended Boonk and made the arrest without precedent. The video was posted on his Instagram ​. [9]


A police report was later posted on his Instagram two days later. [10]

Boonk Gang: The Video Game

In early September, 2017, Boonk Gang released his own mobile video game where he is the star. The game is called, Boonk Gang: The Video Game, and it acts as a high score-chasing dodge-'em-up starring the eponymous social media star-slash-rapper. Players guide Boonk as he picks up money left behind by passersby while avoiding pursuing cops and "The Man." [11]

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