Javona Glover, 23, was stabbed to death outside the West Tallahassee drug store and police have issued an arrest warrant for 25-year-old, Tavon Q. Jackson, who fled the scene after the senseless killing, officials said.
Glover worked at the pharmacy and leaves behind a two-year-old baby girl. She died shortly after officers arrived at the scene, Tallahassee police said in a statement.
Jackson's whereabouts are still unknown and police released three photos of him inside Walgreens.
"The police are still lookin for the coward ass n----- that just killed my niece at Walgreens in Tallahassee. If you got info pls help out," the rapper tweeted The Grammy-winning artist, born Faheem Rashad Najm, hails from Tallahassee and his stage name stands for "Tallahassee Pain."
The 30-year-old rapper thanked fans for their support and begged media outlets to "leave my family the f--- alone."
The "Up Down" singer also shared a caption-less selfie of his cousin, simply adding the emojis for peace, heart and praying hands.
He later shared a link to a local story about Glover's death and posted an image to his Instagram account of her suspected killer.
Meanwhile, Glover's Facebook page was flooded with condolences from friends, family members and strangers.
"I knew Javona from my being a frequent customer at Walgreens. She was the sweetest little girl and always had a smile and a kind, helpful personality," a mourner named Tom Griffith wrote. "It was a true pleasure to see her when I entered."