Late hip-hop mogul Tupac Shakur‘s protégé Fatal Hussein reportedly lost his life this weekend from a fatal car accident.
Hussein, most known as a member of Pac’s The Outlawz, allegedly died Saturday (July 11).
There were reportedly plans for an Outlawz reunion concert to go down overseas next month.
The tragic news throws doubt on the group’s upcoming Middle East debut performance at Dubai Music Room on August 7. “God called another soldier home,” After Shakur’s death later that year, Fatal and The Outlawz continued performing and recording. Their last release was 2011’s seventh album Perfect Timing. (The National)
Hussein is widely known for his collaborations with the late West Coast rap star.
Born Bruce Washington on April 3, 1977, the Montclair,NJ born and raised rapper was best known by his stage name. Hussein Fatal gained notoriety as being a member of the hip hop group the Outlawz and is best known for his work with Tupac Shakur. (Tap Into Montclair)
Hussein previously talked about believing he could have saved Pac from his 1996 fatal shooting.