Jealous Heffah Who Killed Cuz On Easter Was Just Tryin’ To Make A Point

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Arrests, End of Days, Jesus Take The Wheel

"Evelyn Burgess Killed Danielle Pickens Over Easter Outfit"

So now we’ve got some new details on Evelyn “Shrek” Burgess of Ohio, the 42-year-old-who gunned down her 19-year-old cousin, Danielle Pickens, because she didn’t like the way her husband was looking at the girl (she had the nerve to call her niece) in her Easter Daizey Dukes. Burgess’s weak excuse? “I didn’t mean to do it…. I tried to get my gun to prove a point.” Pop the hood for details.

A woman who called 911 after a fatal shooting at an Easter party told a police dispatcher she shot a relative after she retrieved a gun to prove a point and it went off.
The woman told the dispatcher that she shot her niece, apparently referring to a 19-year-old woman killed during a fight that police say started over a skimpy Easter outfit – jean shorts and a green T-shirt tied up around her midriff.

“I just shot my niece,” the woman says calmly at the beginning of the 33-second call released to The Associated Press on Tuesday.

“I didn’t mean to do it,” the woman said. “We was arguing, I tried to get my gun to prove a point, they got the rifle with me and it went off.”

Asked about the location of her niece, the woman says bluntly, “In the car. I think she’s dead.”
The woman does not give her name but calls herself the victim’s aunt. Family members say Evelyn Burgess, the woman arrested in the shooting, was referred to as the victim’s aunt, though she was her older second cousin.

Police say Burgess got into a fight with Danielle Pickens over her attire, then shot her outside Burgess’ house Sunday night. Pickens died at a hospital early the next day.

Family members of both women said Tuesday that Danielle Pickens’ style of dressing was well-known among relatives.

Danielle Pickens often wore short skirts to the holiday gatherings hosted by Evelyn Burgess, said Pickens’ sister, Ralinda Pickens, and uncle, Tico Pickens.

“The way she was dressed that day is the way she always dressed, and everybody knew that,” said Tico Pickens, 33. “It wasn’t like she meant any harm toward nobody by doing it. It was just comfortable to her.”

Burgess, 42, is charged with one count of murder. Franklin County Municipal Court Judge William Pollitt set Burgess’ bond at $500,000 during a court appearance Tuesday.

Burgess didn’t say anything at the hearing and doesn’t have a lawyer assigned to her yet.
At her house on Tuesday, her husband, Kevin Burgess, said his wife was doing all right, but he declined to comment further.

Danielle, who went by Danny, once dressed like a tomboy, then one day tried on a short skirt she liked and started dressing differently.

“The first time she put on a cute little skirt, I guessed she liked it and she dressed like that ever since,” said Ralinda Pickens, 20.

She says events escalated quickly at the Easter party at Burgess’ house on the north side of Columbus.

Evelyn Burgess was angry at Danielle over her outfit and accused her of flaunting her looks around other men at the party, including Burgess’ husband, Ralinda Pickens said.

A fight broke out with Evelyn Burgess and Danielle struggling with a baseball bat, then ended as Ralinda Pickens broke things up, got her sister outside and prepared to drive her home.

The sisters were in the car when Burgess came running up with a gun, reached inside the car, pulled Danielle by the hair and shot her as she tried to seek shelter under her older sister, Ralinda Pickens said.

Burgess then walked back inside her house, sat down on a couch, told people what had happened and waited for the police, Ralinda Pickens said.

Throw away the key.

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Comments

  • Gimmeabreak78

    Jealousy–the green-eyed monster. SMH.

  • Yapper

    This is so sad. Your own cousin smh.

    R.I.P

  • I'm Just Me...Keeping It Real Since: 1983. 9 Days. Bossip is like a bad accident...I cannot look away!!!

    I haven’t read this yet but Dammit

    and LMAOOOOO @ Shrek! You are so stoopid!

  • MiyaLion

    now thats a crazy b-i-t-c-h. blood don’t mean sh!t now a days..

  • Yapper

    I’ve seen that girl( Danielle)in the salon many times. Just senseless.

  • http://bossip Cory's Girl

    LOCK THIS B%TCH UP AND DON’T EVER LET HER OUT. I WISH I COULD BE ON THIS JURY!!!

  • ErycaK

    This insecure ho called the policy with no conscious like her shooting this young lady in the head was justifiable.

    I’m sure her husband will leave her soon for a young tenderonie.

  • MJfan4LIFE

    It’s not worth it. Now she’s going to prison an hubby can look and touch all he wants. When are women going to learn men look. I’m married and my husband looks. He!! I look.

  • Hot Chocolate

    Now if chilren are replicas of those around them. How can the aunt be that Irrate of her outfit? I’m only guess this may not have been this child’s first time wear her daisy dukes. This heifer should be up set with her husband…… IDK

  • Brooklyn, Stand UP!

    Some women go to far w/ the jealousy sh*t.

  • Candid Canuck

    … and Uncle Sam has the nerve to legalize, justify and promote gun ownership in america but not weed consumption? forget resolving things with arguments.. grab your gun and settle it… END of DAYS

  • BlazeAdams

    Complete insanity.

  • Sue

    Dear Father,

    Forgive them for they know not.

  • Wendy

    Look at her and then look at how cute the girl was…This crazy B*tch was jealous cause she looked good and turned heads. Please, she should NEVER see the light of day.

  • I'm Just Me...Keeping It Real Since: 1983. 9 Days. Bossip is like a bad accident...I cannot look away!!!

    BURN THIS BISH WITH TORCHES AND STAB HER WITH PITCH FORKS!

    THE FACT THAT SHE WAS CALM WHEN SHE CALLED TOLD THE WHJOLE STORY. THAT WAS NO ACCIDENT BECAUSE IF SO SHE SHOULD HAVE BEEN SCREAMING WITH PANIC IN HER VOICE.

    SHOOT THIS HOE EXECUTION STYLE!!

    Why did you invite her if you didn’t like how she dressed? CHECK YA MAN FOR DISRESPECTING YOU. SILLY OLD BISH!!

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