Bushwick Bill Dies: Geto Boys Rapper Was 52

Rapper Bushwick Bill left with the rest of Geto Boys Willie D and Scarface

Rapper Bushwick Bill left with the rest of Geto Boys Willie D and Scarface

Reuters was unable to reach a representative for Bill to confirm the report. The rapper died June 9, 2019 following an earlier diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. She says hospital officials confirmed Bill's condition on the morning of June 9 and that his family is traveling there to be with him. At the time of his death, Shaw was planning a solo "Phuck Cancer" tour.

It started with an initial report by TMZ.com that Bushwick Bill, a member of the Houston-based Geto Boys, was dead Sunday.

"And I was like, stage 4?" Born in 1966, Bill joined the pioneering Texas rap group in 1986 as a dancer, before transitioning to rapping. Willie D and Scarface posed alongside Bushwick Bill in the hospital halls the night he was shot, a photo which would later be used as the album cover of the trio's 1991 seminal album We Can't Be Stopped. He began intense chemotherapy and didn't even tell his fellow group members, Willie D and Scarface, before he went public, according to an interview with TMZ.

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He said he was working on new music because, "I notice when most celebrities pass, they really don't have nothing set up for their children and everything's in disarray so I figure, old music will sell but if I have new music for them.at least they will have residual income from those things". "Also was welcoming to me and warren g as young artist In the game before we had a deal what a treasure Big things come in small packages keep my dear brother bill".

Rapper Bushwick Bill arrives at the G.O.O.D Music "Heavenly" Grammy After Party held at The Lot Studios in Los Angeles, Calif., on February 8, 2006. "I know what it's like on the other side".

The group's DJ, Ready Red, died from a heart attack a year ago.

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