Reacting to Lil Peep’s Tragic Death | Everyday Struggle

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On today’s #EverydayStruggle, the Queen Erykah Badu stopped by to talk rap with DJ Akademiks and Joe Budden. During the show, the crew reacted to the untimely death of rising rapper Lil Peep and what it means for the industry.

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  1. I agree with what joe was saying but we see our friends tweeting and posting depressing shit every damn time that we don’t know what’s what anymore. Rip Peep

  2. also smokeasac made the name for cowys so that’s not really a cry for help his freind got that tattooed before the album was an idea lol peep didn’t want to die

  3. WHAT THE FUCK!!!!!!!
    I RECENTLY GO INTO LISTENING TO LIL PEEP IN THE MIDDLE OF 2018 ……….like I just randomly found his music on my own and I instantly lived his music… I never knew he died… Im finding this out in April 2019…
    …i love his music… But just… Damn…
    …. I kinda feel like shit now fuck…
    My mom was such an inspiration to me but she ended up od'ing accidentally… And now just knowing that another person I kinda looked up too and… Just being able to relate to his music… Then knowing that he passed the same way my mother did is kinda fucking me up


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