Mariel Semonte Orr, better known professionally as Trouble DTE, died recently, and the rap community is in grieving.
The musician, who was originally from Atlanta, Georgia, was slain on the night of June 4, according to information supplied by his family and friends.
According to what is known thus far, Trouble DTE was inside his car when he was shot multiple times by a pistol, effectively ending his life at the age of 35. While officials say no arrests have been made, a warrant is out for 33-year-old Jamichael Jones, a potential murder suspect. The reason for such an act is currently unknown.
Authorities are currently investigating who may have committed the homicide and the circumstances surrounding it. In this regard, Alexis Sky, the victimized rapper’s ex-girlfriend, expressed her regret over the incidents.
“I never expected to get a call this early in the morning. I don’t know what to say. Skoob, I’m sorry this is happening to you…. I’ll be praying for your children and family “He expressed himself on social media.
Trouble DTE debuted in April 2011 with the release of his mixtape “December 17th,” which marked the start of a decade-long career in music. After then, he released two more studio albums, Edgewood (2018) and Thug Love (2019). (2020).
Trouble DTE later signed with Mike WiLL Made-Ear It’s Drummer Records label. Several words of condolences for his family members arose after hearing the news of his demise.
In this regard, Mike WiLL Made-It posted a phrase on social media, along with some photos. The text reads, “REST EASY SKOOB.” Some supporters, for their part, voiced their grief over the death of their idol.
“Damn. Trouble was one of Atlanta’s last true stalwarts. Bruh was genuine in every way; he wasn’t caught up in the industry’s nonsense. He simply moved in the right direction. I’m trying to warn you that that street crap is dead. There isn’t anyone in coding any more, “On Twitter, someone expressed their dissatisfaction with the situation.