Harlem rapper Black Rob, born Robert Ross and the Dangerous Boy artist finest identified for his 2000 hit “Woah,” has died on the age of 51.
The demise was confirmed by former label mate Mark Curry, who posted an emotional video message on Instagram Saturday.
“Rob handed away about an hour in the past,” Curry mentioned as he walked down the road with tears pouring down his face.
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“I don’t know the place to start, however I thank all people for the donations.”
He added, “We’ve misplaced loads [of] legends and we are able to’t afford to lose anymore.”
Curry had final week shared a GoFundMe enchantment to assist Ross “discover a house, pay for medical assist & stability throughout these attempting instances.”
The enchantment was launched after the hip-hop group grew involved about Ross, who had remembered the late DMX from a hospital mattress, in a sequence of movies that described his many medical issues.
Ross’s sequence of Instagram posts have been shared by DJ Self final week.
“I’ve been coping with this for 5 years. 4 strokes. I don’t know what to let you know… I don’t haven’t any home to reside in,” the rapper mentioned.
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