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Philadelphia City Council Unanimously Vote For A Resolution For PNB Rock To Honor The Late Rapper

The musician’s funeral was reportedly held on Wednesday (Sept 21).

Councilman Kenyatta Johnson proposed a resolution for PNB Rock to honor the late rapper which was approved by the Philadelphia City Council unanimously by a voice vote in a Council session held on Thursday (Sept. 22.) according to Metro Philadelphia.

“The death of PnB Rock is definitely a big loss to the City of Philadelphia,”Johnson expressed.

“We encourage these young artists to thrive and become successful, especially when they overcome the challenges of living in an urban environment like the City of Philadelphia. “We want to continue to keep his life and legacy moving forward by encouraging other young people to stay on the right path and do the right thing.”

She also reminisced on meeting the rapper, sharing how “respectful” the famed star was and how he had “good manners.”

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“You could tell that this was a young man who was going somewhere,” she emphasized.

A funeral was held for the “Selfish” musician at Khadijah Alderman Funeral Home in North Philadelphia on Wednesday (Sept 21.).

“He used his platform in that song to encourage his peers, who are the young people here in the City of Philadelphia, to put down their guns,” Johnson continued.

“If you listen to that song, he talks about losing friends and family here in Philadelphia and he uses his platform to encourage young people to stop the violence.”

The 30-year-old was gunned down in Los Angeles at a local Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles in Inglewood, California.

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