“This is an extremely sexy party,” he told the crowd in Miami, according to Drill King. “I know my dog Black would’ve loved to be here. Come on let me rap for my dog Black one time.”
No details about Black’s death have emerged and Ross hasn’t mentioned it on social media at this time. Black had been extremely active on social media until November 17. Other artists, including French Montana and Wale, have confirmed the news of passing with condolence messages on Instagram.
“My prayers go out to my brother @richforever and the rest of the family,” Montana wrote. “I know this one hurt. I’m really hurt, shed a tear for u brother ! We going miss you black.”
Wale shared a lengthy message about Black’s death, expressing sorrow after learning of the news.
At this very moment I’m writing off instinct,” he wrote. “The pain the sorrow the mourning is inevitable. But I️ could take 14 forevers and still never find the words that illustrate how much we love you . How much I️ love you .how much I️ need you. Your wisdom , composure an ear to listen a shoulder to cry on all things we foolishly tend to take for granted.”
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Yesterday we lost a amazing person. Fucked me up just thinking bout all the memories. You always put the team before yourself. You always took care of me and my people, and shit just isn't going to be the same with out you. Im grateful for the time I got to spend with you, you taught me so much man. I'm praying for your Family. You touched so many lives with good vibes and wisdom. I love you Big Homie 💔 thank you for everything! Ima miss you so much man. We will keep your name alive. @blackbomaybach 🙏🏾
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