DJ Paul Responds To Gangsta Boo’s Funeral

DJ Paul Responds To Gangsta Boo’s Funeral: DJ Paul has replied to criticism he received on social media for skipping the funeral of rap icon Gangsta Boo, which was held on Saturday (Jan. 14) in Southaven, Mississippi. In a video clip published on his Instagram account on Sunday, the 46-year-old addressed the rumors over his choice to miss his late Three 6 Mafia bandmate’s funeral service (Jan. 15).

“Lemme explain something to y’all bi**h a** ni**as out there who got something to say about me not coming to Boo’s funeral,” Paul seethed before revealing that he covered the costs for the Memphis rapper’s service himself. “Ni**a, I paid for the funeral, hoe! I’m on muthaf**kin’ tour, and even if I wasn’t, I don’t do funerals, n-gaga! The last time I was at a funeral, it wasn’t nothing but a bunch of groupies a** muthaf**kin’ ni**as up in that muthaf**ka.”

He went on to say that he thought Gangsta Boo would comprehend his decision and that he owed no explanation to anyone doubting his loyalty and respect. The Academy Award winner remarked, “Boo know how much I loved her, I know how much she loved me, ni**a. The singer says I have nothing to prove to any of you groupie-a**, punk-a** ni**as up there.

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DJ Paul Responds To Gangsta Boo's Funeral
DJ Paul Responds To Gangsta Boo’s Funeral

Then, DJ Paul continued to claim credit for helping Gangsta Boo develop her artistic abilities, launch her career, and enable her to share her talent with the general public.

“It wouldn’t be nothin’ but about four or five muthaf**kas in there if it wasn’t for who I created. Ni**a, what I created,” he said. “The teenage girl I found. Ni**a, I’m the one that wrote ‘Where Dem Dollas At’ hook, ni**a. I’m the one who was writing and producing that sh*t. Yeah, she did her verses, and she did some hooks. Juicy was doing beats. He was doing hooks. But I discovered her, ni**a! I went to school with her. She went to school with me.”

The well-known rapper and DJ also responded to criticism of the modest coffin used for mourners to view Gangsta Boo’s body, explaining that her mother had chosen to have her cremated by family custom. Paul revealed that in addition to paying for Gangsta Boo’s funeral, he had also previously paid for the funerals of the Three 6 Mafia’s Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous, and the late Memphis rapper Snootie Wild.

On January 1, Gangsta Boo passed away after being discovered dead in Memphis, her hometown. The rapper, whose real name was Lola Mitchell, passed away at 43. Although no official cause of death has been given, it has been suggested that she may have died from an overdose of a fentanyl-laced drug.

She collaborated with Three 6 Mafia on many group albums throughout her career, released three solo albums, and appeared on several group albums with them. Follow for more information. You can also leave your thoughts in the comment section, and don’t forget to bookmark our website.

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