In a social media posts shared by Mickey Wright, with the heading “A service for “Pop, Lock & Drop It” rapper Huey”. Rapper Huey has been laid to rest in Missouri on Tuesday”.
According to social media posts shared by Mickey “Memphitz” Wright, a service for the “Pop, Lock & Drop It” star was held in Missouri on Tuesday. The posts showed images of the Funeral Service. According to one of the Wright posts, he wrote that it was “One of the saddest days ever.”
He also wrote another post saying “My eyes are leaking G, We gon be ight tho.”
Huey give up the ghost in late June at the age of 32. According to Sergeant Benjamin Granda of the St. Louis County Police Department, he said, a notification got to the police around 10:50 p.m. on June 25 that the victim of a shooting had be taken to a local hospital and had suffered at least one of the gunshot wound. The victim, who was later identified as Huey (née Lawrence Franks Jr.), and was pronounced dead shortly after the his arrival at the hospital.
According to Huey’s first manager Enrico Washington when interviewed by STLToday.com, “He enjoyed life” he said. “He is just happy about life….You’re talking about a young man who still had a lot of life to live”, he added.
According to the report, a second victim, who is a 21-year-old young man, was also taken to the Ferguson Police Department and was later transported to a local hospital for “treatment of non-life threatening injuries.”
In another police report, it stated “Detectives have determined that the suspect(s) drove down the street and opened fire on the group of individuals present in the front yard of a single-family residence in Kinloch. Till this time, there is no viable description of the suspect(s) or the vehicle.
The investigators believe that as many as ten other individuals were present around the crime scene during the occurrence of this incident.
Huey was able to released a number of hits during his lifetime. “Pop, Lock & Drop It” a debuted in 2007 and spent 23 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart—peaking at number six. The track appeared on his debut album Notebook Paper, which spent five weeks on the Billboard 200 chart and peaked at number 26. He also released Redemption in 2010. May his soul rest in peace