Grand Hustle rapper Trae Tha Truth has discussed the aftermath of yesterday’s near-fatal Houston shooting and reflected on the people who had their lives taken from them.
Trae said the Wednesday (June 20) morning shooting made him appreciate surviving what could have been his own death.
“Sitting Here Thinking & Being Greatful To Be Livin… But Can’t explain Tha Pain Felt For Those Who Died #GodBlessTheDead …,” he tweeted June 21st.
“I done been through hell and back these last 3 years..& Thinking of Dinky Fighting for his last breath knowin nothin can be done… D*mn.” (Trae Tha Truth’s Twitter)
Reports claim Trae was one of five victims who suffered gunshot wounds.
Five people were shot at a southwest Houston strip club and three of them died at the crime scene. Among the injured is rapper Trae Tha Truth, FOX 26 News has learned. The shooting victims who were killed were identified as two males and one female. Trae Tha Truth and another male were taken to hospitals; one of them was taken to Ben Taub General Hospital while the other was taken to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital and has since been released so that he can speak with Houston Police Department homicide detectives. (My Fox Houston)
Following the shooting, a photo of Trae in a hospital gown emerged online.
While Trae Tha Truth was one of the shooting victims, FOX 26 has learned he has recovered from his injuries. A person with the Twitter handle @LowLifeDynasty posted a picture at 5:50 a.m. Wednesday with the following caption: Everybody TRAE is ok. Minor gunshot wound. In the posted photo, Trae The Truth wearing a hospital gown and smiling while seated upright on a hospital bed. The shooting took place early Wednesday morning at Scores Cabaret in a shopping center on Westpark Drive near Ace Street. (My Fox Houston)
Back in 2009, the newly signed Grand Hustle rapper fell victim to bullets fired at a family event he took part in.
Police are investigating a multiple shooting reported on the Texas Southern University campus. People were gathered at the event that included a Houston rapper’s performance when a car drove by and shots sprayed out from the vehicle, school spokeswoman Eva Pickens said, citing witness statements to police. The sound of gunfire made people drop to the pavement of the parking lot where the rally was being held to promote community service and voter registration. Texas Southern is a historically black university in Houston with an enrollment approaching 10,000 students. (Dallas News)
Check out a recent Trae Tha Truth interview below: