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The Black community has been in a constant state of grief in 2020 ever since Kobe Bryant passed. Every time we’re praying for something, some other unforeseen event takes place.

It’s with sadness that we report Three 6 Mafia’s Crunchy Black is having one of the worst days of his life after his daughter was murdered in a hotel shooting.



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Authorities say the Memphis rapper’s daughter, Ashley Richardson, and an unidentified man were found dead outside the Fairview Inn and Suites on American Way in Southeast Memphis.

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Police are tight-lipped about the suspect(s) and didn’t even confirm Richardson’s identity. But Juicy J took to Twitter to send his condolences to his compadre. “My condolences to you & your family,” he wrote with a picture of Black and his family.

Crunchy Black left Three 6 Mafia in 2006 over monetary disputes and his desire to pursue a solo career. “I’ll say this to you because I never said this to nobody. It was a lot of foul shit going on Vlad, you know what I’m sayin’? Paul and Juicy were the business people of the label I was on,” Crunchy explained before detailing that they’d travel back and forth from New York to Los Angeles and stay in high-end hotels. “They would make me put my own incidentals and all kinds of other slick shit they was doing at the time. And I couldn’t figure out why they was doing me like that.”

“It’s a lot of shit that kind of knocked me and made me feel some type of way. If I beat a n**a up for you, Vlad. C’mon, you can’t look out for me?” He continued. “I felt like they was doing a lot of sht that I didn’t feel like was cool at the time but like I said, could’ve just been me, Vlad… I could’ve talked it out. Me and Paul was real cool. I could’ve pulled Paul to the side and talked to him about it. But I didn’t do that. I did what a lot of people do. Let they mind take control.”