Trouble Reportedly Shot And Killed At 34
Trouble, an Atlanta rapper, is said to have died at the age of 34. His sister confirmed to Raphouse TV that he was shot and died while riding in his car. Although there are little details about the tragedy, social media is flooded with condolences.
Once again, the Atlanta rap scene is in mourning. Trouble – best known for singles including “Ain’t My Fault,” “Ready,” and “Kesha Dem” – was shot and died in his car early on the morning of Sunday, June 5th.
The recording artist’s family members and ex-girlfriend Alexis Skyy confirmed his death in a Twitter tribute not long after the rumor circulated online. She added, “Rip @TroubleDTE,” above a throwback photo of the two.
“I’m so sorry this happen to you Skoob, you didn’t deserve this. I’m praying for your kids and family.”
The recently deceased lyricist was signed to Duct Tape Entertainment and had a string of hits, including “Bring It Back,” which featured Drake and was produced by Mike WiLL Made-It. The City Girls, Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Migos, and The Weeknd were among his other collaborators throughout his career.
On November 4th, 1987, Mariel Semonte Orr was born. He made his debut in 2011, but it wasn’t until 2016 that he garnered mainstream popularity with YFN Lucci’s “Key to the Streets.”
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