DJ Paul and Juicy J, members of the Memphis group Three Six Mafia did not attend the funeral service of their fallen buddy Gangsta Boo, Media Take Out has actually validated.
According to several social networks reports, while DJ Paul spent for the funeral service, he chose to keep away from it – since of a continuous disagreement with a few of Gangsta Boo’s member of the family. DJ Paul chose that – instead of get captured up in violence – he’d keep away.
Here’s his description:
@jmesleezyghe He stated what he stated #djpaul #juicyj #gangstaboo #ripgangstaboo #ripgang #three6mafia #36mafia #funeral #cremated #jmesleezyghe #love #imissyou #explorepage #hiphop #musicalmindreader #music ♬ original sound – JMESLEEZY
Gangsta Boo passed away on January 1st; her cause of death is still unidentified. She was 43 years of ages.
The funeral service was held the other day and hundreds ended up to state goodbye to Memphis rap artist Lola “Gangsta Boo” Mitchell.
The service, which was likewise streamed online, was held at Brown Missionary Baptist Church in Southaven, Mississippi. Speakers consisted of member of the family, artists Mitchell teamed up with along with regional and state political leaders.
Mitchell’s partner of 9 years Emett Flores informed the regional media after the funeral how grateful he was that Memphis formed her into the individual who he fell for.
“I’m so grateful to the City of Memphis for influencing Lola so much,” Flores stated. “Everything I learned from her comes from Memphis and I am grateful for that.”
Gansta Boo, referred to as ‘The Queen of Memphis,’ led the way for female rap artists worldwide. She was the very first female member of the Oscar-winning rap group, Three 6 Mafia, and is credited for making the method for Chastity “La Chat” Daniels to end up being the 2nd woman in the group.
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