The rapper, born Glenn Thomas, was killed in a fatal shooting at Centennial Hill Bar and Grill. He was just 22-years-old. Apparently another woman, 21-year-old Kim Johnson, was killed as well.
Doe B’s death was confirmed via tweets from his manager DJ Frank White, who simply tweeted “Rip my brother @CBMDOEB.”
Grand Hustle CEO T.I. also posted an emotional message. “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. Just rest now my nigga….WE GOT IT From here,” the Kang wrote via Instagram.
Doe B was shot in the eye approximately three years ago and saw his career take off with a renewed dedication to his craft. After working with local talents, he then got the attention of T.I. who signed the young rapper for his credibility as well as his way with words.
In this interview with Allhiphop.com he tells Mr.Mecc about the shooting and his early career. Sadly, he talked about beating the odds and making it as far as he did. R.I.P.
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