Another Rapper Shot Dead In The Street

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Rappers have been dropping dead like flies. One rapper after another has been killed and shot dead. Why? Why are musicians also known as Rappers being killed? That is a question, which comes from so many angels, and is yet, to be examined entirely. Rappers have a lot of haters if they are successful in some way or another. And with success comes hate, envy, and jealousy.

The Music Business Is Full of Haters

If you are shining in anyway you will have haters in the music business. The music business is a dirty business of thieves, drug dealers, gang bangers, cut-throats, con artists, prostitutes, and shady businessmen. When you have this much negativity in an industry that’s worth billions, it’s a recipe for disaster. Rappers being shot has been going on since the 2pac era. Pac got shot, Biggie killed, Big L, Freaky Tah, and a host of others lost their lives in the rap game. The mantra of shooting a famous rapper to get a rep is still prevalent today.

Too Short said on Club Sha Sha “Tthat most of these beefs could of been resolved with just a simple phone call.”

In the past three years, we’ve lost so many rappers, Pop Smoke, Nipsey Hustle, Bankroll Fresh, XXXtentacion, and Young Dolph were all gunned down over some form of beef. Rappers being shot dead in the street has become commonplace, nowadays. Rappers are being shot for so many different reasons and no reasons at all. But if I had to put money on it, getting a reputation is at the top of the list. Shooting a rapper in the streets brings clout but it also puts a bounty on your head. If somebody like Young Dolph had allies, which he did, the shooter better run for his life, because he will be shot down in the streets too. And if I’m not mistaken somebody killed Young Dolph’s killer. Damn!!

Social Media Sparks Beefs Too

Social Media is fueling a lot of beefs. Rappers and labels are using clickbait and other tactics to get popular with their music. As a result, it sparks unnecessary beefs, due to people lying and telling stories about things that weren’t true. When word of mouth travels, it has both crews ready to fight, or even kill, one another over something they heard. I get the whole concept of drama to sells records, but drama also takes lives, and if one isn’t careful, he or she will be shoot dead in the streets.

A lot of rapper’s beef start over the internet, and before you know it it spills into the streets and somebody ends up dead. Young Dolph, Pop Smoke, King Von, and a host of others were shot over some sort of beef. Social Media just helped to fuel the already growing tension between the rappers.


Rappers have been dying since the eighties and will continue to die until somebody teaches these dudes about unity, love, and peace. The music industry is a dangerous industry to be in when your talking about billions of dollars on the table. Hopefully, someone will reach these young men and women to see a better way of resolving their problems than shooting each other dead in the street.

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