'Tragic Loss in Hip-Hop': Gillie Da Kid mourns the death of his rising rapper son, YNG Cheese
Philadelphia rapper Gillie Da Kid's son, YNG Cheese, reportedly died in a tragic triple shooting, leaving his budding rap career cut short, and the Philadelphia music community in mourning.
YNG Cheese (Source: All HipHop)
In a devastating turn of events, Philadelphia rapper Gillie Da Kid's son, YNG Cheese, was reported dead in a heartbreaking triple shooting incident, as confirmed by NBC10. The news has shaken the Philadelphia music scene, drawing heartfelt tributes from a heartbroken online community.
The brutal shooting allegedly took place on July 20 in Philadelphia on the 5800 block of Mascher Street. The police stated that the incident resulted in one fatality and two injured. The deceased, a 25-year-old man, was reportedly shot once in the back and was pronounced dead at a local hospital at 8:39 p.m., local time. The identity of the victim was later confirmed to be YNG Cheese, according to undisclosed sources close to the family. The two other injured men, aged 28 and 31, are reportedly in stable condition at the hospital.
YNG Cheese, inspired by his renowned rapper father, Gillie Da Kid, had embarked on a journey to carve his own path in the deft world of rap. Notably, he had garnered a growing Instagram following of over 63,000 rap enthusiasts, regularly posting snippets of his music and intimate family life. His infant son, whom he often lovingly featured on his social media platforms, was a centerpiece of the young rapper's life.
With a budding YouTube channel, YNG Cheese had begun gracing fans with his unique tracks, such as Let’s Play Ball, Last Time, What U Want, and The One. His vibrant rap career, as of now, sadly remains unfulfilled. Gillie Da Kid, also recognized for his popular podcast, “Million Dollaz Worth of Game,” has yet to comment on the dreadful incident.
The shocking news has engulfed the Twitter community in sorrow, as fans extend their deepest condolences to the grieving father, Gillie Da Kid, and his family. The untimely demise of YNG Cheese has left a void in the up-and-coming Philadelphia rap scene, marking a tragic end to an aspirational journey.
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