2 Chainz On Bankroll Fresh’s Untimely Passing: “It Was Super Unfortunate, Super Unnecessary, Super Senseless” [Video]

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Def Jam’s 2 Chainz has come forward to speak out on the passing of his protégé Bankroll Fresh last week.

Appearing on “The Wendy Williams Show” this week, Deuce spoke on Fresh’s legacy.

“He was with my company, you know, signed to a company I’m a part of, Street Execs. He had his own movement called Street Money. He was an authentic rapper, trap rapper, from Atlanta, who touched many lives, lit up every room he went to. It was super unfortunate, super unnecessary, super senseless. And it just made me want to step up, use my platform for more positivity.” (“The Wendy Williams Show”)

Atlanta rap star T.I. shared an emotional post on Bankroll this past weekend.

Fellow Atlanta hip-hop artist Metro Boomin remembered Bankroll’s life on Instagram this weekend.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BClt21ssJIG/?taken-by=metroboomin

Details of Bankroll’s shocking death surfaced online early Saturday (March 5).

Authorities say Trentavious White, 28, known as “Bankroll Fresh” died from his injuries suffered at Street Execs Studio on Defoor Place. The shooting happened late Friday night and dozens of shell casings were discovered at the scene. Bankroll Fresh is known for his hit “Hot Boy.” He also worked at Street Execs alongside popular rapper and College Park native 2 Chainz. (Fox 5)

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Written by Biz Jones

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