Rapper Trouble killed in Home Invasion: The Rapper “Trouble,” 34 years old, best known for his music that shows the grittier side of life in his hometown Atlanta, was killed in a shooting early Sunday.
Trouble died in a home invasion at the Lake St. James Apartments in Conyers, said Rockdale County Sheriff spokesperson Jedida.
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Rapper Trouble’s Story and Legacy
In recent pop culture news, Trouble Rapper’s death is one of the headlines all over the media.
Trouble, 34 years old, is known for his music that shows the grittier side of life in his hometown. Real name, Mariel Semonte Orr started rapping at the age of 14.
In 2011, he released his debut mixtape on December 17th, which was placed at number 13 on Complex magazine’s The 25 Best Mixtapes of 2011. The mixtape included the hit song ‘Bussin’, which also features rapper Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka Flame, and Trae the Truth.
In 2015, the rapper appeared on Lupe Fiasco’s Tetsuo & Youth along with Glasses Malone and other rappers. Trouble recently signed a record deal with Mike Will’s Made-It record label, Ear Drummer Records, and Interscope Records.
Here are a few of his Studio albums and Mixtapes:
- Edgewood (with Mike Will Made It) (2018)
- Thug Luv (2020)
- December 17th (2011)
- Green Light (2011)
- 431 Days (2012)
- The Return of December 17th (2013)
- All on Me (2014)
- #ZayDidIt (2015)
- Skoob Fresh (2015)
- Skoobzilla (2016)
- Year in 2016 (2017)
Troubles’ last two long players were “Edgewood” and “Thug Love” which were released by labels under Universal Music Group, including Def Jam and Ear Drummer.
Rapper Trouble killed in Home Invasion news has made it to headlines, and fans are mourning his sudden death at a young age.
Why was Rapper Trouble killed in Home Invasion? – Shot Dead
Unfortunately, he was killed in a shooting earlier on Sunday when there was a home invasion incident.
As reported, Rapper Trouble killed in Home Invasion and was shot to dead. This happened at Lake St. James Apartments at 3:20 A.M.. The place is at Conyers, about 25 miles east of Atlanta. According to the Rockdale Country Sheriff Office, Trouble was lying on the ground outside the apartment when they arrived and was later taken to a hospital, where he died.
The suspect, identified as Jamichael Jones, age 33, of Atlanta, is already being sought on a warrant based on the allegations of murder, home invasion, and aggravated assault. No arrest has been made yet.
Although the relationship between Jones and Trouble is not clear yet, Jones was reportedly involved in a “domestic situation” with the woman Trouble was visiting.
Suspect Jamichael Jones breached the woman’s residence and started opening fire, striking Trouble in the chest. The woman, however, was not identified nor injured.
On Sunday, Def Jam shares their deepest condolences for Rapper Trouble’s family in an Instagram post. The post reads, “A true voice for his city and an inspiration to the community he proudly represented.”
Fans have also been mourning the sad news that has reached them, and through social media, they have been expressing their anger and grief over the incident. This is why Canty said that the deputies are already looking at all the suspect’s haunts, in an attempt to take him to custody.
Later on, his ex-girlfriend also made his stance and wrote on Twitter, “Rip @TroubleDTE, I’m so sorry this happened to you Skoob. You didn’t deserve this. I’m praying for your kids and family.”
Alongside them, LA hip-hop journalist Jeff Weiss also tweeted regarding the Rapper Trouble killed in Home Invasion incident. He said that Trouble, “rapped like a 7-foot Terminator — an invincible force of nature — but with an emotional streak, artful videos, and agile cadences that offered perfect balance.”
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