A Chicago teenage boy was killed by a scatter ball on Father's Day weekend when he taught her mother a TikTok dance at her home.
Amaria Jones, 13, was fatally shot when a bullet pierced her television from outside her home and hit her on the neck, CBS said.
"She showed me this dance called TikTok," Amaria's mother Lawanda Jones told the news agency. "I turned and looked for her and she was on the floor and held out her hand."
On Saturday (June 20), an unknown shooter fired two shots in front of the 13-year-old's apartment and also hit two teenagers who had recovered from their injuries.
GoodKids MadCity, a city nonprofit for young blacks and browns who work together to end violence in Chicago, expressed her condolences and anger in a tweet from Mayor Lori Lightfoot after Amaria's death.
The teenager's death is one of the 15 fatal gunfire and 104 gun violence victims in Chicago this weekend that killed 3-year-old Mekhi James and three other teenagers, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.