BFG Straap shared an eerie message about death shortly before he was shot dead at the age of 22.
BFG Straap was shot dead in Dallas Texas, on Thursdau afternoon[/caption]
A year before his tragic death, the rapper had explained why he didnt diss dead people[/caption]
Just a year before his tragic death, the rapper appeared in an interview on the SAY CHEESE! YouTube channel.
When asked why he didn’t diss dead people in his music, Straap said: “It’s not gangsta! We all gone die!”
“I ain’t into that sh**. Cause everybody gone die. You feel me?” he continued.
“Name a n**** you know that ain’t gone die. Why play with a n**** that’s dead? He dead! He can’t say sh** for himself, so I’m not gonna diss no dead n****.”
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Straap explained that he prefered to insult people in different ways.
“I know how to make you real mad…. ‘you broke! You 30 years old! I’m 20, everything you got, I got!” he added.
Fans took to the comments of the interview to show their support for Straa’s approach.
“This just made me respect Straap even more not gone cap,” wrote one fan.
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“Facts that’s the right mindset to have!.” said another.
BFG Straap’s manager mourned the rapper’s death, telling The U.S. Sun that his passing has “undoubtedly changed our lives forever”.
“There are no words to express the depth of pain we are feeling. This loss has undoubtedly changed our lives forever,” the rapper’s manager said.
“At the time of his passing, BFG Straap was on the brink of stardom. He was preparing to go on tour and was also filming visuals for his recently released project, 11:11, which debuted last month.
“BFG Straap had more life to live and more good deeds to give. His untimely passing will leave a void in our hearts forever.”
No arrests have been made, and Dallas PD has yet to disclose additional information surrounding the shooting.
BFG Straap was best known in the Dallas area for his singles GANG MEMBER, Everyday 420, I’m Good and Outta Love.
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The 22-year-old is the latest drill rapper killed in recent weeks.