Celebrities speak out after teenager is killed in the Bronx

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Horrid video of the incident shows the attack and then Lesandro trying to run to the hospital, which was just a few blocks away.

Graphic video shows the boy covered in blood, and people can be heard telling him to "keep his eyes open" as they encourage him to keep talking.

Lesandro Guzman-Feliz was murdered by a group of thugs on Wednesday night outside a bodega in the Bronx, New York.

Three of the suspects were picked up in Paterson, New Jersey and two were picked up in the Bronx, officials report. "I said come on, come on", the teen's mother told CBS2. The girl reportedly has a shirt over her head. The New York Police Department (NYPD) is still searching for the assailants.

Police said the victim knew the suspects and the attack could have been gang-related; however, his sister said he was not involved in any such activities.

Police say they're still searching for the five attackers caught on camera during the crime.

The men were last seen fleeing in a white vehicle and a dark colored sedan.

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Services for Guzman-Feliz are set for Monday and Tuesday from 3 p.m.to 9 p.m.at the RG Ortiz Funeral Home on Southern Boulevard.

Popular rapper Cardi B has donated $8,000 to the family of a 15-year-old boy who was brutally slain in the Bronx in an attack captured on video.

Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, 15, of the Bronx, was stabbed and slashed multiple times including once in the neck. "We appreciate your help and your prayers thank you very much", the page description states.

Guzman-Feliz's family said he was enrolled in the NYPD Explorers youth program and his dream was to be a detective for the city.

Social media has reacted to the news of violence and lack of support by onlookers and police on the scene, making the hashtags #Justice4Junior and #JusticeForJunior go viral on Twitter.

Police are encouraging people to continue coming forward if they have any information to share.

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