Huey Rapper Dead : Pop Lock and Drop it Huey Shot and killed in St Luis.
Huey, the St. Louis rapper behind the hit song “Pop, Lock & Drop It,” was shot and killed on Thursday night in Kinloch, Mo , according to a statement posted online on June. 24, 2020.
The St. Louis County police department said Huey, whose given name was Lawrence Franks Jr., was a victim in a double shooting. He was 32 years old, according to the police report. NPR Reported.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
They were formed because an interviewer asked Huey P Newton what white people could do to help against the police and racism and Huey answered create a White Panther Party.
— Black Archangel (@NegusMND) June 26, 2020
Ain’t no “card.”
If you’re Black and care about poor and working-class Black folks, then it’s worth you hearing that Black folks like DuBois, Randolph, Ella Baker, Fannie Lou Hamer, MLK, Malcolm X, Huey P. Newton, Fred Hampton, Afeni Shakur, and many others were anticapitalists.
— Black Socialists in America (@BlackSocialists) June 26, 2020
If yall could play Pop lock & drop it just once today to honor Lawrence Frank Jr, otherwise known as Huey I’d appreciate it. I know a vast majority of us bumped to his song back in the day
— Daihuu (@DaihuuPA) June 26, 2020
Infamous N wrote
RIP Huey. Pop lock and drop it is still one of my favorite songs to this day and it got my entire 5th grade class hyped tf up every time it came on. I can genuinely say he made my childhood better
Fuckin R.I.P baby Huey man that shit tragic this nigga really brought the dancer outa a whole generation
One of my favorite memories from growing up – learning how to pop lock and drop it with @gdavisxoxo in her computer room in Clive, IA. RIP HUEY!!! I’ll pop lock and drop it extra good tonight just for you ❤️ https://t.co/BfhERjTUox
— ASHLEY (@ashleyhews) June 26, 2020
RIP 🙁 I remember my middle school days in the bathroom with my friends practicing Pop, Lock & Drop it. Lol. Good times. Rest well, Huey. You were too young.https://t.co/J2Fu2BYLK5
— Destinee Janay Muse⚾ (@TheDestineeMuse) June 26, 2020
If Rapper Huey somehow knew he would be dead by the age of 32 would he have lived his life differently? Nobody knows how much time we have left.
Normie Puppet wrote
Okay, TexMex resturaunt! Playing Huey Lewis & The News followed by Hootie & The Blowfish made me happy. I dont even feel like I need to try to make friends any more this weekend.
— Gřɛɠ Kɛŋŋɛɖყ (@GregKennedyENT) June 26, 2020
He lended his death to the lifestyle of the music genre, which is a false parallel. my point is if there has been 30 deaths in the same Kinloch neighborhood…and Huey is the only rapper. The common denominator is the neighborhood, not the occupation.
I’m actually hurt. Bout to Blast this song all weekend just for you Huey. 7th grade me is crying rn https://t.co/laVrY2RatZ
— unapologetically BLACK (@merbear103) June 26, 2020
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