DJ Scratch Says that He Was "the Only Famous Person" Craig Mack Memorial

HipHop News Posted on March 29, 2018 at 2:50am

DJ Scratch Says that He Was "the Only Famous Person" Craig Mack Memorial

"I've never gone to a service to someone famous and I was the only famous person to appear".

Hempstead, NY – DJ Scratch hit Instagram late last night to reveal that he was "the only famous person to show" Craig Mack's memorial service at the Faith Baptist Church in Hempstead, New York on Wednesday (March 28).

Zero — that was one of the first post about Mack is happening at the beginning of this month — he shared an image of the deceased rapper of the order of service, along with a surprising title.

"I've never gone to a service to someone famous and I was the only famous person to appear. Very rare today, but the thing that puts a smile on my face is that Lil Bro was in the way of peace before he passed away. That is what matters most to me", he wrote.

I've never gone to a service to someone famous and I was the only famous person to appear. Very rare today, but the thing that puts a smile on my face is that Lil Bro was in the way of peace before he passed away. That is what matters most to me. 🙏🏾 Craig Mack.

A post shared by Turntable Whisperer (@djscratch) on Mar 28, 2018 3:59 pm PDT

Later he yelled memorial organizer Alvin Toney.

I want to Greet my Brother Alvin Toney. Alvin is the Man that stood next to Craig Mack NY Memorial service. I'll give you a little history on Alvin Toney. Alvin was EPMD friend and bodyguard of Wyndanch Long Island. Alvin was calling n#ggas for E&P, I seent it lol. He was there from the beginning of EPMD's career until the group broke up in 1992. A couple of years after the breakup, Alvin took Craig Mack Puff and he got a bid of a Bad Boy, the rest was history. Alvin was preparing a documentary to Craig just before he passed. He recorded 2 hours of footage with Craig to talk about his life. Craig knew he was not going to be here a long time, so I wanted to tell her story. 🙏🏾 Craig

A post shared by Turntable Whisperer (@djscratch) on Mar 29, 2018 at 2:11 am PDT

R. A. the Rugged Man and well-known Hip Hop journalist Reid, Shaheem posted clips from the service on

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