The hip-hop community is mourning the loss of rising rap star Doe B. The emcee - who was signed to T.I.'s Grand Hustle Records - was shot and killed early Saturday morning at a nightclub in Montgomery, Alabama.
On Twitter, Drake, Meek Mill, Machine Gun Kelly and Trae Tha Truth all expressed their sorrow at Doe B.'s death.
RIP Doe B— Drizzy (@Drake) December 28, 2013
On behalf of doe b's management i would like to thank all of his fans and say Rest in Peace my brother Glenn Thomas aka @CBMDOEB— TraeThaTruth (@TRAEABN) December 28, 2013
Meantime, Three Six Mafia rapper Gangsta Boo lamented the loss, which comes a little more than one week after Three Six Mafia co-founder Lord Infamous passed away. Gangsta Boo says that Doe B.'s family and friends are now going through the same feelings as herself.
Praying for the family and friends of Doe B. I can relate. make everyday count and spend time with family. U never know nowadays— Lola aka Boo (@GangstaBooQOM) December 28, 2013
Doe B.'s Grand Hustle boss, T.I., also took to Twitter, writing:
RIP to my lil brother Doe B. We gon miss u my nigga. U'll never be forgotten & U WILL NOT DIE IN VAIN. We Love U champ. Always.— T.I. (@Tip) December 28, 2013
Doe B. - born Glenn Thomas - and a woman were shot and killed when gunfire erupted at Montgomery's Centennial Hill Bar and Grill. Six others were injured. Following the shooting, Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange ordered the club to close its doors immediately.
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