|August 20, 1974
|Memphis, Tennessee, United States
According to reports, Memphis rapper Lola “Gangsta Boo” Mitchell passed away from an accidental overdose after consuming alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl simultaneously.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·NY Daily News
Gangsta Boo, the Memphis-area rapper best known as a member of Three 6 Mafia, died earlier this year from an accidental overdose, her autopsy confirmed. The beloved hip hop artist, whose real name was Lola Mitchell, consumed a lethal cocktail of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol prior to her death, Fox 13 reported. She was found unresponsive at a home in Memphis on New Year’s Day around 2:00 p.m. ...Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·The Root
Though the hip-hop community and fans of Gangsta Boo are no doubt still grieving the loss of the legendary rapper, they may have a reason to smile soon when her posthumous album drops this fall.Thanks for your feedback!
The beloved Three 6 Mafia rapper was found dead at her Memphis home on January 1.Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Beaver County Times
Current owner of Tick Tock Cafe says he pulled event because concerned about large crowds.Thanks for your feedback!
In an interview with Vlad TV, Gangsta Boo said that the moment when Bizzy Bone threw the bottle was a "trigger" for her and a "scary moment."Thanks for your feedback!
Crunchy Black Thinks Bizzy Bone Instigated 'Verzuz' Fight Because Three 6 Mafia Were 'Killing' Bone Thugs in Battle
Crunchy Black says he thinks Bizzy Bone started the fight during 'Verzuz' because Bone Thugs-N-Harmony were losing the first half of the battle.Thanks for your feedback!
Crunchy Black says he was grateful for the penalty: "I’m still here ’cause if it wasn’t for the fines, I probably would be gettin’ high as f*ck."Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Consequence of Sound
Juicy J and DJ Paul will reunite for the first time since 2012.Three 6 Mafia announce reunion shows Alex YoungThanks for your feedback!
Rappers React to Stuart Scott's Passing ESPN anchor Stuart Scott died Jan. 4 following a long fight with cancer. The lively commentator often infused hip-hop culture into his reporting, and his lossThanks for your feedback!