Doe B, a budding artist on T.I.’s Grand Hustle roster, was gunned down during a Dec. 28 Centennial Hill Bar & Grill nightclub performance in his hometown of Montgomery, AL. The Hustle Gang rapper, born Glenn Thomas, was 22.
Doe B’s management issued a statement early Saturday morning confirming the “Hood Memories” rapper’s death.
“On behalf of doe b’s management i would like to thank all of his fans and say Rest in Peace my brother Glenn Thomas aka @CBMDOEB,” the statement read.
Hustle Gang boss T.I. took to IG to mourn Doe B’s death.
“RIP to my lil brother Doe B. We gon miss u my nigga. U’ll never be forgotten & U WILL NOT DIE IN VAIN. We Love U champ. Always. Just rest now my nigga…WE GOT IT From here,” the caption on his post read.
Doe B’s Hustle Gang protégé Trae tha Truth initially took to IG to pray for Doe B’s recovery, but soon learned of the “Trap Muzik” rapper’s tragic fate.
“Praying For All Those Involved wit Tragedy Tonight All Who Survived And Who Didn’t….Prayin My Nigga Doe B Pull Through….Damn..Streets Ain’t Tha Same No Mo..
“DAMN..They Killed My Nigga Doe-B…That’s Fucked Up. He Was A Young Nigga..On His Way To Make It..Shit Fucked Up.. #HustleGangOverEverythan R.I.P…. Pray For His Kids And Family
“@cbmdoeb….Damn..RIP,” the captions on the posts read.
MMG Artist Meek Mill was affected by Doe’s passing and issued a statement via IG.
“R I P Doe B….I hate seeing shit like dis!” the caption on his post read.
Doe B, known for his signature eye patch, was a rising artist in T.I.’s camp having collaborated with many top Hip Hop acts, including, Juicy J, Young Dro, B.O.B and Rich Homie Quan.
Check out music from Doe B below.
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