Cashapp founder, Bob Lee stabbed to death at the age of 43

Due to the severity of his wounds, Lee passed away after being taken to a neighboring hospital.

Bob Lee, the creator of Cash App, was fatally stabbed in San Francisco, California, by an unidentified assailant.

About two in the morning on April 5, the 43-year-old software tycoon was attacked in the Rincon Hill section of the city.

Police found a middle-aged man with numerous stab wounds when they arrived on the scene. This man was later identified as Bob Lee.

According to San Francisco police, Lee was taken to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

In the meantime, no one has been detained in connection with the killing of the tech executive, who had previously served as Square’s CTO.

In other news, gunmen who are thought to be cultists have slain Desmond, a University of Benin (UNIBEN) final-year student.

Around nine o’clock on April 3rd, the victim, known as “Mayor,” was fatally shot in his room at the Hall 3 Hostel.

Until his passing, the dead was a Kegite head and employee of the Department of Public Administration.

Desmond was fatally shot in the face at point-blank range, according to a source who wished to remain unidentified.

“The school is in a state of terror following Desmond’s murder. Even staying in the dorms is feared by the students. He had no possibility of escaping the attack after being shot in the face, the student claimed.

Kindly Share

Related Video

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.