Younger Dolph’s Life Companion Speaks On Gun Violence Amid Takeoff’s Dying – HotNewHipHop


The Hip Hop neighborhood is grieving yet one more loss following the stunning dying of Takeoff of Migos. On Monday (October 31), the Atlanta rapper was gunned down in Houston after attending a cube recreation along with his uncle and Infinity Hyperlinks collaborator Quavo. 

The mindless homicide despatched shock waves all through the music trade, Hip Hop and the Black neighborhood as an entire. Everybody from Gucci Mane and Yung Miami to Grasp P and 2 Chainz took to social media to grieve the lack of the younger, Atlanta rapper. He was 28.

LAS VEGAS, NV – SEPTEMBER 23: Takeoff of Migos performs onstage throughout the Daytime Village Introduced by Capital One on the 2017 HeartRadio Music Pageant on the Las Vegas Village on September 23, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Picture by Bryan Steffy/Getty Photos for iHeartMedia)

Takeoff’s homicide comes lower than two months after the mindless killing of Philadelphia rapper PnB Rock. It additionally comes practically a 12 months to the date the Younger Dolph was gunned down in his hometown of Memphis. Dolph’s accomplice, and mom of his kids Mia Jaye reposted a be aware from A&R exec Dre Hunter on gun violence in music following Takeoff’s dying. “First off, I ship my condolences to the household and mates of Takeoff,” the be aware started. 

“This has triggered me in a method that I can’t even clarify and I’m disenchanted in our folks and our tradition for persevering with to feed in to destructive stereotypes.” The songwriter went on to vow that she would not write mindless music. “I’ll not take part in creating music that push any destructive agenda’s to the Black Youth. I’ll not write or produce something that harms Black folks.”

Jaye’s reposted Dre’s message whereas including a be aware of her personal, questioning why folks within the music trade aren’t prepared to take a stand in opposition to gun violence. “I ponder what number of artists, producers, music execs, videographers and many others., who affect our tradition by way of music and artwork be  prepared to take any such stand?”

The MomEO founder doubled down on her help of Dre’s put up, including, “This amongst different issues is the kind of motion that can garner change.”

Relaxation In Peace to all of the slain rappers. Share your ideas under.

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