Maino, Nicki Minaj, Jae Millz, Joell Ortiz & More Remember Stack Bundles

Maino, Nicki Minaj, Jae Millz, Joell Ortiz & More Remember Stack Bundles

New York rappers Maino, Nicki Minaj, Jae Millz, Joell Ortiz and more hit up Twitter today to share their thoughts on the three-year anniversary of Stack Bundles passing.

Minaj reflected on Bundles passing at the age of 24.

“Stack Bundles – Gone 2 Soon. #RIP,” she wrote. (Nicki Minaj’s Twitter)

Millz revealed his reaction to learning that Bundles was fatally shot in 2007.

“I cried when STACK BUNDLES died.. Ask @VADO_MH & @iamunkasa they was in the car when I was driving 2 the funeral.. I miss my G.”

“Stack Bundles was my homie & 1 of the sickest ni&&as w/them bars I ever met.. & he aint write nothin down..EVER! He just went.” (Jae Millz’s Twitter)

Ortiz remembered Bundles’ shout-out of “Squad Up!”

“R.I.P. STACK BUNDLES SQUAAAAAD UP!!!” (Joell Ortiz’s Twitter)

Maino vowed to always keep his memory alive.

“‘ll NEVER forget Stack Bundles!!!!” (Maino’s Twitter)

Dipset associate Hell Rell took a spiritual route and envisioned the late rapper watching over him.

“Squaaaaaad up»R.I.P stack bundles. Its been 3 years you’ve been lookin down on us. May ya legacy live on»” (Hell Rell’s Twitter)

Today marks the three-year anniversary of Bundles’ passing.

On June 11, 2007 the hip-hop world lost one of its rising stars in Rayquon Elliott. Better known as Stack Bundles, the New York rapper was making his mark on the game when his dream of rap stardom was cut short at the young age of 24. On that fateful day, Stack was shot once in the head and once in the neck as he returned to his Beach Channel Drive home in Far Rockaway Queens. Stack rose to fame in 2005 thanks to his mixtape work with DJ Clue, which includes Rap Makeover Vol. 1 and Biddin’ War, just to name a few. That eventually caught the attention of Jim Jones, who signed the rap rookie to his Byrd Gang crew in 2006. Also heading up his own team, The Riot Squad, what made Bundles an endearing figure was his passion for hip-hop and appreciation for his fans. (XXL Mag)

Check out this Stack Bundles’ “Icon” record below:

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