Baltimore community mourns the tragic death of famous rapper President Davo.
President Davo, Baltimore artist and rapper, died of multiple gunshot wounds on Friday, October 6, 2023, in Baltimore, Maryland. The artist’s tragic death left fans and the music community shocked and in disbelief. He was only 28 years old.
“Investigating homicides in the eastern district. Officers came to the 2000 block of Cliftwood Avenue on October 6, 2023, at around 6:17 p.m. to investigate a reported gunshot.Officers discovered a 28-year-old man who had been shot many times in the body and was unconscious when they arrived. After being taken to a local hospital, the victim was eventually declared dead by medical personnel there.”
He was transferred to the hospital for medical aid, but his wounds were fatal. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Baltimore Police Homicide detectives are investigating to learn more about the circumstances that led to this crime.
The authorities have requested the public to cooperate, and anyone with information regarding the crime is urged to contact the Baltimore Police Homicide detectives immediately at this number: 410-396-2100.
Who was President Davo?
President Davo was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on August 11, 1995. He was a promising young artist who had made a name for himself in the Hip Hop music world. He was a multitalented artist who utilized social media platforms to his advantage and showcased his creative work to the public through these platforms.
He engaged with his followers and valued their feedback. He honed his craft over the years. President Davo was a Hip-Hop artist and songwriter. He made his mark in the Hip-Hop community with his powerful lyrics and catchy tracks.
He garnered worldwide recognition with his chart-topping hits like “Think About Me,” “Forever,” and “Almost Famous“. These songs were part of his hit 2017 album “Forever.” His authentic style and narrating abilities forced the music community to compare him to notable rap artist Eminem, especially his track “I Just Be.”
The notable achievements of his career are successful mixtapes “MeanWhile” and “Underrated 3.0.” His rendition of Big Pun’s “I Don’t Wanna Be A Playa” earned over 2 million views on YouTube, providing a testament to his artistic abilities.
The music community and devastated fans of the artist took to social media to express their anger over the hate crime. They offered prayers and condolences to his family and friends.
Deshawn Batson wrote,
“Baltimore is mourning the loss of a legend in the music industry. Rest in Peace to Baltimore Artist President Davo, who has tragically passed away tonight. I had the opportunity to meet and experience Davo’s music, passion, and positive energy for years throughout the city at different events. My prayers and condolences are with Davo’s family, friends, and the entire city of Baltimore!
Baltimore, we must do better!!!!”
Nadir Muhammad wrote,
“Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un! May Allah Forever Be Pleased w/ You, my brother @President_Davo! You took a good man, a good father, a good son, a good spirit for no reason but envy, jealousy, and self-hatred! This is becoming the norm! The rage in my mind and heart can’t be extinguished! No matter your religion, faith, or ideology, don’t leave a prayer unsaid today for his family!”
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