Did Menacide Die at 44? Rapper’s Cause of Death Reported
Unfortunately, the 44-year-old hip-hop veteran Menacide’s death news is released. It is not confirmed that did rapper Menacide die, or this is a rumor. The hip-hop star is reportedly passed away on Sunday, September 19, 2021.
Michigan veteran emcee Menacide reportedly died of a health problem. He was battling health issues related to his heart for a long time.
US day News doesn’t confirm or refuse this reason for his death, but we are waiting for more official information, so stay with us.
Rapper Mencaide started out as an emcee in 1993, and in 2001, after releasing his acclaimed EP “In My World,” he became largely known across the underground hip-hop scene. The release of the EP caught attention from different magazines, and many started writing articles about Menacide.
The hip-hop star quickly achieved respect from hip-hop heavyweights Proof (D-12), Prozak, and King Gordy. From then, Mencaide’s name added to the history of Michigan hip-hop and beyond.
Menacide’s final double LP “Reign Supreme” (Book One and Book Two) contained Proof of D-12′s last recorded vocal performance via the “Livin’ Proof” single. Above all, the double LP continued to showcase Mencaide’s influential hip-hop skills at his absolute best.
After a brief break, the rapper returned to the underground hip-hop in 2018 to pay homage to his horrorcore roots by releasing the short retro throwback cassette tape release “Murda One.”
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Reactions to Rapper Menacide’s Death
The rapper Menacide’s death news brings the wicked underground scene in complete darkness and painful sorrow. Several fans, friends, and supporters reacted and stated their condolences on social media websites following this tragic news.
An online user wrote: “Wow. Terrible news. Total innovator and underground legend. Really did a lot to hold down the horrorcore community for a long time.” Another tweeted: “Man, whoever gave the grim reaper a Bang energy, can y’all stop, we need people to stop dying for 5 minutes. RIP Menacide, sending all the love and support to his family right now.”
A fan wrote on Twitter: “Menacide was one of the first artists I found when I got into the wicked underground/horrorcore scene. Dude could rap his ass off, and “The Drugz LP” is a classic.”
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