B-Boy The Legend Of David "MexOne" Alvarado Has Died

HipHop News Posted on September 20, 2017 at 9:03am

B-Boy The Legend Of David "MexOne" Alvarado Has Died

The 35-year-old father was influential in the creation of the Red Bull BC One breakdance competition.

B-boy the legend of David "MexOne" Alvarado, who was influential in the establishment of the Red Bull BC One breakdance competition, has died at the age of 35 years.

Red Bull BC One 2015 champion, Victor Montalvo, was a mentor close by Alvarado and wrote an emotional Instagram tribute on Tuesday (19 September).

"Wow. I woke up listening to my brother, my friend died," he wrote. "I just want to say that he is the biggest reason that made the whole streak of wins in 2015, he even said to me years before it happened! Crazy. There were only 3 people who believed in me, and he was one of them. I will always remember you brother, you have done so much for me and for everyone in the rupture of the scene. me and the fam forgets, there's not much more I can say, but I am alone with words I can't believe it. Rest in peace".

Wow. I woke up listening to my brother, my friend died. I just want to say that he is the biggest reason that made the whole streak of wins in 2015, he even said to me years before it happened! Crazy. There were only 3 people who believed in me, and he was one of them. I will always remember you brother, you have done so much for me and for everyone in the rupture of the scene. me and the fam forgets, there's not much more I can say, but I am alone with words I can't believe it. Rest in peace 😔🙏

A post shared by Victor Montalvo (@supamontalvo) on Sep 19, 2017 at 8:39am PDT

The position of the Broadcasting and Media Production Company shared a video to his Facebook page of the commemoration of all the de Alvarado for their contributions to the Hip Hop culture. It documents his journey of illegal Mexican immigrants to the sale of b-boy Dvd from your backpack to become the owner of his own company, The B-Boy Spot, blossoming into a celebrated figure in the b-boy community.

Alvarado had recently launched his own clothing brand, Bigger And more bad, and also established the first b-boy/b-girl college scholarships. He

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