Young Scooter Releases Tribute Song To Doe B


Montgomery, Alabama rapper and Grand Hustle signee Doe B was shot and killed on December 28th, 2013.

The shooting occurred w
hile the 22-year-old was at the Centennial Hill Bar and Grill (formerly known as Rose Supper Club) in his hometown. When authorities arrived to the venue, they discovered the artist, real name Glenn Thomas, along with seven other people all suffering from gunshot wounds.
Among the victims was 21-year-old Kimberle Johnson, who was pronounced dead on the scene. The other wounded six were transported to the hospital for their injuries.

Twenty-year-old Tim Hamilton, another victim in the shooting, succumbed to his wounds on January 3rd. He had been in critical condition up until his passing.

Two men, Jason McWilliams and Darius Thomas, both 25, turned themselves in to law enforcement for the shooting. They’ve both been charged with two counts of capital murder, but this was prior to the passing of Hamilton. It’s rumored that the shooting was the result of an ongoing feud between Doe B. and the accused.

In Doe B’s memory, East Atlanta spitter Young Scooter created a tribute song to the slain hip-hop artist titled “Letter 2 The Streets.” In the song, Scooter also pays homage to his late friend OG Double D, who was popular for doing the intros and outros on his mixtapes. OG Double D was shot and killed while driving on Interstate 20 in Atlanta in April 2013.

Check out the tribute song below.

By @Lou4President


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