LATE HUSTLE GANG MEMBER MAY RELEASE AN ABUM WITH A DISTURBING COVER? FIND OUT DETAILS INSIDE!
Fans of late rapper Doe B., are happy to hear of new music but are not so happy over the album artwork for his posthumous album ‘No Life After Death’.
In 2013, Doe B. was killed in his hometown of Montgomery, Ala., at Centennial Hill Bar and Grill. The club shooting also resulted in the death of 21-year-old Kimberle Johnson, and also injured six other people . Doe B. was a loyal member of T.I.’s Grand Hustle’s Hustle Gang and stirred up a lot of buzz with his mixtape Baby Jesus. On Thursday (March 9), Doe’s Instagram page was updated with two photos which blatantly showed the 22-year-old in his casket. The caption promised fans the album, No Life After Death, expected to be released in June.
The rapper’s manager DJ Frank White allegedly claimed the rapper’s mother was in favor of the album cover, but several other family members like the mother of his children have come forward to condemn the image.
Doe B’s manager DJ Frank White has stated on social media that the rapper’s posthumous album will no longer be released. The announcement comes after fans voiced concern over the album’s artwork, which showed the late rapper in a casket. pictures of the album have since been deleted.