Dopeboy RA Death – Chicago rapper and producer, Dopeboy RA has sadly passed away. The 33 year-old rapper also known as Rodriguez Smith was found dead in Chicago, according to reports reaching the public. He tragically died after being reported missing by The Chicago Police Department.
At the time of his death, Dopeboy RA, also known as Rodriquez Smith was 33 years old. Prior to the shocking news of his death, he was last seen in the south side of Chicago on 71st and California by Marquette Park, reports say. Runway Richy paid tribute to Dopeboy RA in an Instagram post with the following caption:
I hate to say this but Rest in peace my nigga FLY GOO @gxdsxlldxpe @dopeboyra what they talking bout we dropped a classic on dese ☐☐ ah #DopeRun we been stamped the Eastside and u was a real one my brudda I ain’t even think I was gone get this phone call but Fly High brother u was a Legend on my side
- Dopeboy RA Net worth
Dopeboy RA Cause of death
At this time, it is yet to be confirmed what actually led to the passing of Dopeboy RA. The general public will be updated as soon as this piece of information is made available. Many speculate it mus have been a shooting incident of something related to ‘Hustle Gang’. These claims are yet to be verified. More details soon
- Rodriguez Smith Atlanta GA
An obituary for Dopeboy RA is not available at this time
Related Article: Magoo Rapper and Former Timbaland Collaborator died at 50
Magoo, a rapper who was a fundamental component of a breakthrough hip-hop movement that arose in Virginia in the 1990s, passed away over the weekend in Williamsburg, Virginia. Magoo collaborated with up-and-coming talents such as Timbaland, Missy Elliott, and Pharrell Williams. Magoo was a pioneering member of the Virginia hip-hop scene that emerged in the 1990s. He was fifty years old.
His death was confirmed on Monday by his wife, Meco Barcliff, who also stated that an investigation into the cause of death was being conducted by the coroner’s office.
Magoo, whose real name was Melvin Barcliff, was a youngster when rap music was first heard on the radio, and he attributed it with helping to save him from a tough early upbringing. Melvin Barcliff was the original name of Magoo.
According to what he said in an interview conducted in 2013 for the hip-hop oral history collection housed at the College of William & Mary, he first believed that individuals exclusively in the Northeast were responsible for making hip-hop. But as rap music started to make its way to record stores in Virginia from the coasts and Atlanta, Magoo, who was just 14 at the time, recognized that it was an art form that he could participate in as well.
News from SNBC13.com