Rappers Nicki Minaj, Juelz Santana and Game have paid homage to the families who lost friends and relatives from the tragic World Trade Center attacks on September 11th, 2001.
Writing via Twitter, Minaj paid tribute nine years after the attacks.
“Remembering 9/11 makes me extremely proud 2 b a New Yorker. God Bless those we lost ; and those who mourn those we lost. #resilient,” she tweeted. (Nicki Minaj’s Twitter)
Santana recalled his “Welcome To New York City” tribute from Cam’ron‘s Come Home With Me Roc-A-Fella debut.
“A!Its the home of 9/11 the place of the lost towers we still banging we never lost power! Welcome to NYC!!! RIP to all victims of 9/11″ (Juelz Santana’s Twitter)
Game asked his followers to pay homage to the 9/11 victims.
“Hey Young World, it’s september 11th. Moment of silence for the 5th year memorial of the twin tower tragedy. At somepoint 2day, send 1 up,” Game tweeted.
“911. Remember, Understand, & Realize. life is short & we have no control over when it stops. #enjoyITwhileUcan”
“N i meant 9th year…..”
“I was thinkin bout when the documentary dropped. My bad, but the year wasnt important. You get the message smart a** lol” (Game’s Twitter)
Last year, Jay-Z remembered 9/11 by holding a charity Madison Square Garden concert for the victims’ families.
“I wanna thank all the guys on the panel for being here,” Hov said a the press conference. “I especially wanna thank [former Def Jam executive] Kevin Liles because an idea isn’t anything without execution so he put this together — I turned on the T.V. September 12th  and I saw footage of these heroic actions, people running into buildings, saving each other and I just saw the strength of New York and it made me proud. So as I was embarking on putting out this Blueprint 3, it was only right to release it the day. This is my chance to help out so I thank all these guys up here helping me see that vision. Kevin Liles, the governor and everybody, I really appreciate this and we gonna have a great time and bring in ear plugs because it’s gonna get loud.” (Rap Radar)
Check out a past Jay-Z 9/11 freestyle below: