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T.I. Speaks On Doe B’s Death And Keeping His Legacy Alive

Posted By on January 17, 2014

T.I. Speaks On Doe B’s Death And Keeping His Legacy Alive

Atlanta rapper T.I. has come forward to speak on slained Hustle Gang member Doe B. Although Doe B tragically passed, Tip explained how he refuses to let the 22 year old’s legacy pass by making sure his music gets heard.

Despite the death of the 22 year old, T.I. explains how records such as their collaboration “Why”, will keep getting released to show the world what he had to offer.

 “Doe actually gave me that record. We initially did it. I was holding it for my album. Just the subject matter and just how it felt listening to it after he had passed I felt that it was more appropriate for him for right now,” T.I. said, referring to their “Why” record. “It seemed like he was speaking to us about his situation. I really haven’t heard anything as eerie as that since Machiavelli. You know what I’m saying? So, I felt that it was more than appropriate. And I refuse to let his dream die. I refuse to let his efficacy and his energy go to waste. We’ll continue to march and move forward in productivity in his honor.” (V-103)

Recently a 25 year old man by the name of Darius Thomas turned himself in to authorities.

Police in Alabama have arrested a second suspect in connection with the murder of rapper Doe B and a woman at a bar in Montgomery on Saturday (28Dec13). Darius Thomas, 25, has been charged with two counts of capital murder after turning himself in on Wednesday night (01Jan14), according to myfoxal.com. uneral arrangements for Doe B are currently underway and he will reportedly be laid to rest on Saturday (04Jan14). (Hollywood)

Before Thomas turned himself in, another 25 year old suspect got hit with multiple charges after he turned himself in to authorities for being apart of the shooting.

Montgomery police charged Jason McWilliams, 25, with two counts of capital murder in connection with the slayings of Glenn Thomas, 22, and Kimberle Johnson, 21, at Centennial Hill Bar and Grill. McWilliams turned himself in late Sunday night, police said. Thomas was a rapper known as Doe B while Johnson was a student studying social work at Troy University, about 50 miles south of here. (USA Today)

Check out T.I. speak to Greg Street of Atlanta’s  about Doe B.