Polo G didn’t provide much detail as to what exactly happened, but AllHipHop is reporting BMoney 1300 was one of eight people killed in Chicago shootings over the summer weekend. BMoney reportedly had relocated to Los Angeles with Polo G but made a brief return to the Windy City in August.
“My Lil Brotha Man on Gucci I can’t see myself doin this shit w out you broski,” he wrote. “Ik I’ll neva meet a n-gga like u again one of the realest n-ggas I eva met in my life I always made sure I reminded u of that. you was The heart of the hood yk how to make a whole room smile couldn’t nobody stay mad around you.
“You was the very 1st n-gga to eva show me support in this shit when wasn’t nobody stuntin this shìt fr u let me kno I could do it & had my back all the way my 1st shows my 1st videos the shit I 1st recorded u was the 1st to hear it dis shìt stretch all the way to the sandbox doe befo this rap shit We was Just Rockin stages & hoppin off jets broski shìt ain’t posed to b like this yk imma turn up fa u doe fasho I love u broski. just watch Ova me broski I got u man.”
Many of the “RAPSTAR” rhymer’s Hip Hop compatriots flocked to Polo G’s comment section with supportive messages and condolences from Lil Tjay, DDG, Gillie Da Kid, Black Youngsta and more.
Polo G’s Hall of Fame album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 over the Migos’ Culture III in June with 143,000 total album-equivalent units in its first week of sales.
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