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THE McDonald's worker who was allegedly shot in the neck by a customer in an outburst over cold fries has died, police said.

Mathew Webb, 23, died due to his injuries after he was shot on Monday outside the McDonald's in Brooklyn, New York, where he worked, the NYPD said.

3Photo of victim Matthew Webb, 23, who died after he was shot on his neckCredit: Instagram 3The shooting took place outside McDonald's BrooklynCredit: Citizen 3Gunfire erupts in McDonald’s as employee ‘shot in the neck by customer’s son after argument over cold friesCredit: Google Maps

Michael Morgan, 20, has been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon for the shooting, said the cops.

He is expected to face upgraded homicide charges, prosecutors told a court hearing Thursday, even before Webb’s death was confirmed, reported the New York Post.

His mom reportedly later told the police that her son said, "he gotta what he gotta do."

The suspect’s girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, has also been charged with weapons possession for allegedly handing Morgan the gun.

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She was arraigned later on Wednesday and held on $50,000 cash bail after prosecutors said she admitted to possessing the gun, the Post reported.

The shooting happened at 7 pm on Monday after Morgan's mom, Lisa Fulmore, supposedly complained to workers that her fries were cold and asked to speak to a manager.

The apparent argument spilled out into the street, and the woman's son allegedly pulled out a gun at the storefront and shot the employee, hitting him in the neck above his jawline.

Authorities told The Post that the victim was taken to Brookdale Hospital for treatment of his critical wounds.

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A witness told Daily News, “In McDonald’s, they had an argument over French fries ... He was hard-working. He was defending his co-workers.”

The witness recalled seeing a man strip off his shirt from his body to use in order to stop the blood.

Video of the victim shows his head gently held by a witness while his blood pools on the sidewalk.

It is not the first horrific scene of violence at a McDonald's franchise recently.

A child was critically injured during a shooting in a McDonald's parking lot in Memphis that allegedly erupted over road rage.

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And in Midvale, Utah, a four-year-old fired a gun at police inside a McDonald’s, officials say.

Witnesses at the scene claim they heard the father tell the child to shoot while he was being arrested.

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Important Ben Simmons Update Revealed Amid Ongoing Nets Trade Rumors

Getty Ben Simmons #10 of the Brooklyn Nets picks up a loose ball on the court.

Ben Simmons has been heralded as the piece the Brooklyn Nets are building around moving forward. With uncertainty around Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving all summer, the one consistency has been the Nets’ tone towards Simmons. After the Nets were eliminated from the playoffs and Simmons never made his Nets debut, fans quickly ran to the trade machine to propose trades they suggested to move on from the injured superstar. However, those proposals never came from the Nets front office side of things. 

The Nets have remained consistent that they plan on building with the core and were looking forward to seeing their big three of Irving, Durant, and Simmons, with Simmons playing the center position for the Nets. However, that got flipped on its head when Irving’s contract negotiations were publicly messy. After Irving decided to return, Durant requested a trade on a phone call with Joe Tsai. That led to an eventual ultimatum, and here we are. 

While the future of Irving and Durant remains uncertain, the Nets got an important update about their third All-Star, Ben Simmons.

Ben Simmons is ‘Ready’ for Next Season

Stephen A. Smith returned to First Take on August 15, and in his return, unleashed an epic rant about the KD saga in Brooklyn, but he also shared about a conversation that he had with Ben Simmons. 

“I ran into Ben Simmons, he and I had a nice conversation. I had a problem with him not playing, the past is the past, he is ready to go. He swears he is ready to go. I’m rooting for the brother,” Smith shared on the August 15 episode of First Take. 

Smith has been loud in his criticisms of Simmons in the past, even calling the All-Star ‘pathetic‘ after not appearing in the playoffs for the Nets. However, his tone towards Simmons seems to have changed following his conversation. He noted that Simmons got real personal with him about what he was going through last year but reassured the analyst that he is ready for this upcoming season. 

Simmons Working Hard for Brooklyn Debut

At the close of last season, the Nets gave Simmons a list of expectations and a plan for his return to Brooklyn. They preferred that the Australian point guard completed as much of his rehab and spent time this summer in Brooklyn. A goal that Simmons took seriously. Simmons was everywhere, from the gym working out to schools within the Brooklyn community as an ambassador of the Nets, and even a movie premiere in support of a WNBA documentary on the New York Liberty which he attended with Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai, general manager Sean Marks and head coach Steve Nash.

The Nets anticipate playing Simmons at center next season in a very versatile roster. Simmons, who was a runner-up from the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2020, can guard positions 1-5 and allows the Nets to play a lethal lineup should Durant and Irving return to Brooklyn. Whether that happens is hard to say, but the latest Ben Simmons news is encouraging. Especially with the uncertainty still swirling around Durant and Irving. 

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