BAD BOY RECORDS RAPPER BLACK ROB HAS DIED AT 51

ATLANTA, GA – The Hip Hop community has suffered another monumental loss. According to legendary New York City promotor Van Silk, former Bad Boy Records artist Black Rob passed away on Saturday (April 17). DJ Self confirmed his death via Instagram and noted he’d died in an Atlanta hospital. The “Whoa!” rapper suffered a series of strokes beginning in 2015 and was hospitalized earlier this month but no official cause of death has been revealed. “We’ve lost another member of our Hip Hop family,” Van Silk tells sources. “Many may have been unaware…

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BLACK ROB REVEALS HE’S HOMELESS AFTER HOSPITAL DISCHARGE

Former Bad Boy Records rapper Black Rob sparked immediate worry after DJ Self shared a disturbing video of the “Whoa” rhymer speaking from a hospital bed last week. Looking gaunt and physically drained, Black Rob was clearly not in a good space but nobody was exactly sure what was going on. But on Sunday (April 5), a video of Black Rob surfaced online, revealing he was out of the hospital. Now, fans are even more concerned. In the clip, Black Rob says he’s essentially homeless and in constant pain. “Oh man, I’ve been dealing…

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Black Rob Seen Sending Prayers to DMX From a Hospital Bed

  Previously, news of DMX’s passing at the age of 50 surfaced as the legendary rapper suffered from a cardiac arrest. Many were sending out their prayers to the family of DMX as well as the late rapper himself, which included Black Rob. However, many were concerned at the video of Black Rob that surfaced, with the rapper in a hospital bed sending condolences to the family of X. In the footage, Black Rob could be seen barely awake, speaking on DMX. The rapper said, “ What’s goin’ on. I don’t know,…

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Netflix’s New Biggie Doc

“Show me a hero and I will write you a tragedy”-F. Scott Fitzgerald.Christopher Wallace, better known as the Notorious B.I.G., would have turned 49 years old this year, meaning that soon the late rapper will have been dead for longer than he was actually alive. Biggie’s still-unsolved murder at 24 years old remains one of the great tragedies of American music, an open wound for hip-hop that will never fully heal. His legacy is incalculably enormous, while his death has allowed him to become a powerful and endlessly malleable imaginative object in…

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