Rapper Trouble’s chilling post about short life just weeks before his death

Atlanta rapper Trouble, who died suddenly at the age of 34, wrote a chilling post about life just weeks before his death.

The music star, whose real name is Mariel Semonte Orr, was shot and killed early Sunday morning, according to the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office.

Rapper Trouble wrote a chilling post about life weeks before his death


Rapper Trouble wrote a chilling post about life weeks before his deathCredit: Instagram/@1troublemmmb
The details of Trouble's death are not known at this time


The details of Trouble’s death are not known at this timePhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

“Neva knows when you’re called!” problem tweeted weeks before his sudden death. “Live short buddy smh.”

The rapper urged his followers to be grateful and forgive.

“I love you guys and let you guys know!” shared anger.

“It can be just ova every day!

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Hours before his death was announced by his record label on Instagram, the Atlanta rapper also shared a chilling final tweet.

“It’s too many 12 for me IM GOIN HOME tonight,” Trouble continued Twitter.

“Yall move smoov outchea.”

According to some of his recent posts, making new music was still difficult.

In his recent Instagram stories, people seem to be listening to a Trouble song at a party.

A woman synced to the song and wrote “This Gone Forever Be A Banger” while tagging the artist.

It also appeared that Trouble was celebrating with friends based on his recent story, which he posted to Instagram.

Details of the rapper’s death are currently unknown.

Social media users commented below his latest Instagram post as rumors of his death circulated.

K Deuce posted: “Wake up to the news. Rest Easy Trouble.”

Poni Capri said, “Please tell me it’s not true.”

The hip-hop artist later uploaded the caption “RIP Trouble” to her Instagram Stories.

Meanwhile, DJ Kutt Throat said the news couldn’t be real.

And basketball player Tiffany Hayes said: “He really was the coolest. Fly high Skoob.”

The rapper shared a promotional poster for the It’s a Legendary Summer party, which was held on June 4 in Decatur, Georgia.

And in his Instagram stories there are several clips from a party.

Trouble, who started rapping when he was 14, released his debut mixtape called December 17.th in April 2011.

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It came 23approx in Complex magazine’s The 25 Best Mixtapes of 2011.

He also worked with rappers Lupe Fiasco and YFN Lucci throughout his career.

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