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Hundreds gathered at Edgewood’s Coan Park in Atlanta on Thursday evening (June 9) for a candlelight vigil to celebrate the life of the late Trouble, who was shot and killed inside a woman’s home on June 5.

Per AJC, many of the attendees let red balloons fly into the sky while Big Troub’s “Ready” played through the event speakers with just about everyone in attendance singing along.

Boosie Badazz was among those in attendance at the vigil paying his respects to the Atlanta native. The two collaborated on tracks such as 2019’s “Ain’t My Fault.”

“T.I.P TROUB don’t worry karma will come back n get that HOE n THAT N-GGA.GOD don’t sleep He killed my boy over a bitch who go be sucking another dick before your first court date I really hope u get murdered in prison you BITCH,” Boosie wrote following Skoob’s death.


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Trouble (real name Mariel Orr) was shot and killed in an Atlanta suburb early Sunday morning (June 5) during what police are calling a domestic dispute. The assailant, Jamichael Jones, broke into the apartment of an ex-girlfriend and shot the 34-year-old in the chest.

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Jones eventually surrendered to authorities on Tuesday morning (June 7) with the help of his mother. He faces charges of felony murder, aggravated assault, home invasion and battery.

Jones has been denied bond and has another court date set for June 15.