Boosie attended the balloon release for slain Atlanta rapper Trouble along with hundreds of fans and friends in Atlanta. Boosie documented the emotional event on social media with videos showing a crowded field of people wearing red in celebration of a good friend gone too soon.
The loss of Atlanta rapper Trouble affected many throughout hip hop, especially in the rapper’s hometown of Atlanta where many in the tight knight community have likened their remorse asto “losing a family member or loved one.”
The “Thief In The Night” rapper, whose real name is Mariel Semonte Orr, was 34 years old and affectionately referred to as “Skoob” by loved ones. The hashtag #LLskoob has been constant on social media since his passing.
Trouble was murdered this week during a domestic dispute, leaving fans reeling. The “Bring It Back” rapper’s ex-girlfriend and Instagram vixen Alexis Skyy, has been devastated since hearing the news. She posted on Instagram last night, sharing prayers with the entire hip-hop community.
One rapper that was greatly affected by the senseless murder of the hip-hop artist was Boosie. Boosie and Trouble shared a friendship that transcended the music industry. They considered each other very close friends. They also collaborated on songs together, most notably 2019 hit, “It Ain’t My Fault.”
The “Wipe Me Down” rapper attended the balloon release held by the family of Trouble. He released a video and photos of himself at the event wearing a customized T-shirt dedicated to Trouble, with the caption reading, “LLTROUB 🙌🏾‼️🔥💯 miss ya Nigga t.I.p thug in peace ‼️‼️‼️🙌🏾🙌🏾”
Furthermore, many on Twitter offered support to Boosie while mourning and offering condolences to Trouble’s family. A Tweep, identified as @SlimHeroics, commented on how strong of a bond the two rappers shared. They tweeted, “I know Boosie hurt. Him and Trouble were super tight. I remember he said Trouble was one of the only rap niggas who came to his movie premiere.”
Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 13th at the House of Hope in Decatur, GA.
While family and loved ones are still mourning the loss of slain rapper Trouble of Atlanta, officers have apprehended the man they think is responsible.
According to the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, police arrested Jamichael Jones, 33, at his mother’ house. This was after going to locations he is frequently spotted frequently. Moreso, a judge denied his bond Tuesday morning in his first appearance in court.