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Pop Smoke’s Close Friend Mike Dee Shows Disappointment For Late Rapper’s Posthumous Album

Pop Smoke’s Close Friend Mike Dee Shows Disappointment For Late Rapper’s Posthumous Album

Mike Dee, a close friend of the late rapper Pop Smoke, expressed his disappointment for the rapper’s new album Faith, which was released after his death, and expressed his sadness that the album was not included in the production phase.

As we all recall, Pop Smoke was killed by thieves, who were breaking into his home in Hollywood Hills. After his tragic death, many celebrities jumped to social media to pay tribute to the 20-year-old rapper.

Making a statement on his Instagram stories, Mike Dee said that he was disappointed that he did not have a role in the album. Dee, who said he did not know that an album would be released until he saw it on the internet, said that he was sure that if Pop Smoke had lived, he would not have wanted it to be this way.

Here’s the statement:

“For anybody saying why did I let anybody drop this or that. I had no involvement in my dawgz album didn’t even kno a album was dropping until it got broadcasted on this internet shit I’m upset my damn self at it cuss I know he wouldn’t even want this like this.”

He continued:

“But y’all know y’all gotta still run those numbers tf up for the woo. The smoke ain’t clearing.”

Featuring Kanye West, Pusha-T, Kid Cudi, Future, 42 Dugg, 21 Savage, Rick Ross and more, Faith is the New York rapper’s second release following his death in February 2020.

See the Twitter post below.

Click here for the source of the statement.

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