The rap community is in mourning after the sad news of the death of Mariel Semonte Orr, better known professionally as Trouble DTE.
According to information released by his family members and people close to him, the performer, originally from Atlanta, Georgia, was murdered on the night of June 4.
Murdered inside his car
From what little is known so far, Trouble DTE was inside his car at the time he received several shots from a firearm that put an end to his existence at the age of 35.
So far, the authorities are investigating who may have committed the homicide and the causes that originated it.
In this regard, Alexis Sky, ex-girlfriend of the victimized rapper expressed her sadness for the events.
“I never would have imagined receiving the call this morning. I am speechless. I’m sorry this is happening to you Skoob ….. Praying for your kids and family,” he wrote on social media.
Trouble DTE had a decade-long career in music, as he debuted in April 2011 with the release of his mixtape “December 17th.”
After that, the rapper released another pair of studio albums, Edgewood (2018) and Thug Love (2020).
Later, Trouble DTE signed with Mike WiLL Made-It and his label Ear Drummer Records.
Consternation among his friends and fans
Upon hearing the news of his death, several messages of sympathy for his family members surfaced.
In this regard, Mike WiLL Made-It dedicated a phrase accompanied by some photographs on social networks.
“REST EASY SKOOB”, reads the text.
For their part, Some fans also expressed their sadness for the loss of their idol.
“Damn. Trouble was one of the last real solid guys in Atlanta. Bruh was authentic about everything, he wasn’t caught up in that industry bullshit. He just moved accordingly. That street shit is dead, I’m trying to tell you. .There’s no one in code here anymore, “one person wrote on Twitter.
Another of the performer’s followers wrote a message that goes further, revealing the rise in homicides registered in the American Union.
“I woke up to three rappers dead in the last seven months …. Dolph, Keed, now Trouble. The shit has to stop, “he said.
What is most disturbing about Trouble’s homicide is that, in the last message he wrote, he notes that he was trying to get home safely to try to avoid any trouble on the streets of Atlanta.