Aspiring Rapper Killed In Shooting In Tennessee Waffle House
A day before the shooting, he was celebrating the launch of a new video.
A fundraiser has been created to Akilah da silva, an aspiring rapper/cameraman who was killed in a deadly shooting at a waffle House restaurant in Antioch, Tennessee during the weekend.
Da silva, who went by the stage name of Natrix Dream, was one of four people killed when a lone gunman walked into the restaurant early Sunday (April 22) and started to shoot. Your brother and his girlfriend were with him when the shooting took place.
When life puts you in tough situations don't say "Why Me", it says "Try Me". 🙏🏾💯 That describes this image so well. I hope over confidence 😂👏🏾 'm not taking any more L without taking two W on the same day! ✊🏾🏆 So that any problem(s) that you want some meat 🥩, Try Me 🔥🎤
A post shared by NatrixDream (@natrixdream) on Mar 31, 2018 at 4:37 pm PDT
A GoFundMe created by da silva describes the 23 years, as "a humble, kind and well-respected young man" whose "character spoke volumes." Da silva was also a music engineering student at the Middle Tennessee State University.
On April 11, the sound engineer, musician, describes the April 21, as "the beginning of the takeover" due to the release of "Look Alive (Remix)" music video with fellow rapper Toba Gotti.
April 21 is the start of the swearing-in with this music video!🏆🎉 Preview of Look Alive Remix ft. @tuffgotti and has like 4 more videos in the works as I speak! 🔥🎤 I need all of your support! I could never do alone! 🎈✊🏾 Show Me your support in the comments and reposts 🙏🏾👀 tag @blocboy_jb @1taykeith and @champagnepapi in the comments below if you mess with the Dream 💯💯💯💯💯
A post shared by NatrixDream (@natrixdream) on Apr 11, 2018 at 4:28pm PDT
In your Twitter profile, da silva shared his passion for the music, the writing of "Music is my life and I'll never stop until I achieve my dreams."
It is described as a funeral fund, the GoFundMe campaign has raised mor