It's been more than a year since Juvenile's 11-year-old daughter's
murder and now the Lousiana rapper and one-time Hot Boys memeber has
broken his silence on her death explaining the death's aftermath.
Juvenile says the pain of losing his daughter, of course, will never
fully go away. "Time, man," he explained about how he has coped. "You
don't get over things like that. That's something that goes with you
for the rest of your life. I don't know, man, just time to yourself.
I'm not even comfortable talking about it. I stayed away from the
press, everybody had a million questions. I'm not even comfortable
talking about it. I got a great wife, good brother, great momma. My
family is good." [Juvenile - Talks About Coping With His Daughters
Death - Watch Here]
Juvy's daughter was killed in late February of last year. The
gunman, who was later identified as the 17-year-old son of the victim
and victims brother, shot and killed 11-year-old Micaiah along with
half sister Jelani (4-years-old) and their mother, 39-year-old Joy
Deleston in their Lawrenceville, Geogia home.
In related news, Juvenile recently released his new music video for
"Gotta Get It," the track from his upcoming "Cocky & Confident"
album that is set to hit stores on December 1st, just two week away!
[Juvenile - Gotta Get It - Watch Here]
Juvenile – Breaks Silence On Daughters Murder
Juvenile – Gotta Get It