Roddy Ricch Reacts To PnB Rock’s Death: ‘I Love My City But We Can’t Keep Going Out Like This’

HipHop News Posted on September 20, 2022 at 6:44pm

Roddy Ricch Reacts To PnB Rock’s Death: ‘I Love My City But We Can’t Keep Going Out Like This’

The California rapper has demanded that his hometown "do better."

Roddy Ricch has shared his thoughts on PnB Rock’s death, after the Philadelphia rapper was gunned down in Roddy’s hometown of Los Angeles, California.

“LA! Usually I try to mind my business and let the world rotate but we gotta do better,” the 23-year-old wrote on his Instagram Story on Tuesday (September 20). “It’s too much senseless violence. Too much opportunity and motivation to take things other people work hard for. It’s too much life to live to take someone else’s life away.

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“I love my city but we can’t keep going out like this. Before you know it, it’ll be nobody left to take from or kill.”

He concluded: “Let’s stay on point stay aware and find better ways to pursue our dreams because this shit turning into ALL NIGHTMARES.”

Roddy Ricch speaks on the senseless violence happening in L.A.https://t.co/FoC4kyecyo pic.twitter.com/GBMT2iaeHF

— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) September 20, 2022

PnB Rock was shot and killed on September 12 while dining at Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles in South Los Angeles. LAPD Captain Kelly Muniz told the Los Angeles Times that when the suspected shooters entered Roscoe’s, they immediately pulled out a firearm and demanded jewelry from the rapper. When he refused, they shot him multiple times. No suspect has been arrested.

Investigators have since said a social media post published by his girlfriend  “may have” actually led to Rock’s death.

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“The target was expensive jewelry, property that he had on his person. We believe this senseless murder occurred following a posting on Instagram or social media,” Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said.

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