Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s Miss Robbie’s Grandson Andre Montgomery Killed In Shooting — Possibly Gang Related [Photos]

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Miss Robbie, the star of Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s, is mourning the loss of her grandson, Andre Montgomery.

On Monday night (March 14), Andre Montgomery Jr., 21, was killed in a shooting around 8 p.m., at a St. Louis home, police said.

A second man was taken to a hospital in critical condition with gunshot wounds. According to statements released by St. Louis Police, after someone shot Montgomery, the second man ran upstairs to help him. A third man, who lives in the home, saw him carrying a gun and shot him because he feared for his safety. Police don’t have a suspect in Montgomery’s murder, who was pronounced dead at the scene. He had been shot in the head.

Montgomery is the grandson of Robbie Montgomery, also known as Miss Robbie, who stars in “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” on the Oprah Winfrey Network. 

Andre appeared in past seasons on the family’s reality TV show. He graduated in 2013 from McCluer North High School, and the ceremony was featured on the show.


The show documented Andre Montgomery’s transition after struggles in school and moving from Texas to the St. Louis area, as well as a visit to the grave of his father, Andre Montgomery Sr. Andre Sr., Ms. Robbie‘s eldest son, was ironically killed to gun violence in the streets of L.A. and his son, Andre Jr., moved to from Texas to St. Louis to escape such a faith. So sad.


“I want Andre to become a successful man,” Miss Robbie said in the episode that included his high school graduation. “And now I think he knows whatever he wants to do, if he puts forth the effort, he can do it.”

Miss Robbie tells TMZ , that the house where Andre was shot had a recording studio, and he was laying down a rap. She’s been told that during the recording session, Andre got a phone call to meet someone outside, and when he went out, that’s when he got shot. 

Miss Robbie says there is one strong lead in the case — Andre was staying in a hotel, and on Tuesday morning someone used a key to enter the room. She says Andre‘s belongings were missing from the room … but the person who went in was captured on surveillance cameras.

“Our hearts are with Miss Robbie, Andre’s Uncle Tim Norman and the rest of the Sweetie Pie’s family,” OWN President Sheri Salata said in a written statement.

Andre is survived by a 5-year-old son.

According to social media, Andre may have been involved in gang activities. His Facebook page is riddled with images of gang signs, guns, marijuana and flashing stacks of cash. And several posts show Andre mocking the Crips gangs in St. Louis.

andre-montgomery-1Andre Montgomery’s Facebook profile photo

Check out more photos from Andre‘s Facebook page below:


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