TikTok star Brandon “Boogie B” Montrell was shot and killed by a stray bullet Friday while Christmas shopping in New Orleans with his grandmother, his heartbroken mom revealed — as she railed against the leaders of the Democrat-run city. New Orleans police released this photo of two suspects wanted in connection with the shooting. New Orleans Councilmember Oliver Thomas, a Democrat, echoed Price’s plea for action to make the city a safer place. Montrell posted a “Hood History” video on Fred C. Parker, New Orleans’ “Black Santa,” just hours before he was killed. He was waiting for his grandmother to collect Christmas groceries inside the store when he was killed, his family’s attorney said.