In 2020, the hip hop community has suffer the lost Soo many talented rapper, who made great strides in the industry. Here are some of the rappers we have lost in 2020
1. 5th Ward Weebie.
Ward Weebie was born on 19th Feb. 1978 with the name Jerome Cosey was one of the pillers in new Orleans Bounce Music also know as "Bounce King". According to report he had high blood pressure on Jan. 9, 2020, Ward passed away from complication following heart heart surgery for a ruptured artery. He was 42 years.
Pop Smoke was on 20 July 1999 and died on 19 Feb. 2020. He was a lauded rapper who helped elevate the Brooklyn drill scene. He was shot and kill in his apartment according to Los Angeles police. Six people entered the room and two of the men reportly encounter with the rapper and fired numerous shot at him. Subsequently, Pop Smoke was rush to LA Sinia Medical center where he was pronounced dead.
Mo3, was born on May 13, 1992 and died on Nov. 11, 2020. His real name is Marvin Nobles. Mo3 was shot and killed by an unknown gunman in Dallas Texas. He was 28 years of age. Melvin was driving near Clarendon in Dallas when he was approach by am armed suspect. Mo3 got out of his car and begin to run. He was chase by these men and shot in the head.
He was born on 9th Aug. 9 1994 and died on Nov. 6, 2020. He was murdered. The rapper was killed in a shooting outside Monaco hookah in Atlanta. He was 26 years
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