Skip to comments.Succeed Phly Guy death: Tributes pour in after Arkansas rapper is killed in shooting
Posted on 10/14/2019 7:19:37 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Succeed Phly Guy, a rapper and former associate of Hip Hop collective Jet Life was shot dead, according to a local news report. Succeed, whose real name is Ronnie Cravens, 40, was reportedly killed in the city of Henderson, Nevada. He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to CBS affiliate KLAS 8NewsNow.
Jenna Ivory, a former adult entertainer and Succeeds girlfriend, confirmed his death in an Instagram statement.
I cant even fu**in think right now or breathe. I just got the phone call. My love, I dont wanna be here without you. They took you away too soon. It wasnt your time, Jenna writes in an Instagram caption with a photo of the couple.
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That occupation must be more dangerous than coal mining or lumberjacking.
What is a “hip-hop collective”? Nice Marxist term, there, no? Must be a euphemism for a street gang.
Now I know how they felt when Mozart died.
White nationalists on the loose!
A sad event for his family and friends.
Phly Guy Die
That’s where the rabbits all share the lettuce.
You know, why not eliminate life imprisonment for capital offenses and just sentence the guilty to become rappers.
Either that or send them to Detroit.
Hmmm...a plan of extraordinary magnitude...
Anyone else keep reading it as Philly instead of “fly”?
I’m Gonna Get You Sucka!...........................
“Jenna Ivory, a former adult entertainer and Succeeds girlfriend...”
I’m guessing nobody ever accused “Succeed” of being a wise or prudent man.
What was he doing that he got shot?
He should have phlyd!
“Oh No, not Phly Guy!?!?!”
None of us will ever forget where we were and what we were doing when we heard the news.
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