News of the murder of Atlanta rapper Trouble hit the hip-hop community so unexpectedly, that many are still dealing with the pain of losing a friend, artist, legend, and father.
The murder of Atlanta hip-hop artist Trouble shocked the hip-hop community so dramatically that many have only just begun to process the loss.
The “Bring It Back” rapper’s ex-girlfriend and Instagram vixen Alexis Skyy, has been devastated since finding out the news. She posted on Instagram last night, sharing prayers with the entire hip-hop community.
The vixen wrote:
Praying for the industry
Praying for peace
Praying for protection
Praying for wisdom
Praying for guidance
Praying for the future
Alexis first sent her condolences to Trouble and his family immediately after hearing about the tragedy. She took to Twitter and shared a photo of the two with the caption,
“Rip @TroubleDTE I’m so sorry this happen to you Skoob you didn’t deserve this I’m praying for your kids and family ”
Reports surfaced Saturday morning that Trouble was shot while sitting in his car on Friday night.
Trouble, real name Mariel Semonte Orr, was 35 years old. Skoob was signed with Mike WILL Made-It and his label, Ear Drummer Records. Details surrounding his death are still developing.
The social media world was awakened to the horrible news of yet another Atlanta rapper dying. Many took to the internet in outrage about senseless gun violence within Atlanta’s hip-hop culture.
A Twitter user, identified as @Kvshy_Chris, felt a dark cloud over the Atlanta hip hop scene nowadays he tweeted, “YSL locked up, keed died and now trouble died?? Sum goin on in Atlanta bruh”
Another user, identified as @Brownsugargirll, expressed how much she was fed up with the all too common murders in Atlanta. She tweeted, “Trouble died last night ? ATL doomed fr you niggas suck and take everything away for no reason”.
DJ Trap-a-holics was one of the first to report the news of the unfortunate incident on Twitter. He tweeted, “Damn Skoob I hate I’m posting this right now. They ain’t playing fair out here no more. Fly high my bro #RIP Trouble Trouble”
Longtime collaborator and legendary producer Mike WiLL Made-It took to Instagram to mourn and pay his respects to Trouble. He posted several photos to his IG story with one caption, “REST EASY SKOOB.”
This is definitely a significant loss to the Atlanta area.
Meanwhile, the Atlanta community just mourned the tragic loss of YSL Records Lil Keed last month. The “Nameless” rapper died at the age of 24 of an apparently painful illness. He is the only YSL affiliate to escape the RICO sweep that hemmed up 28 alleged co-conspirators, including Young Thug and Gunna.