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PnB Rock’s Brother Speaks Out On His Death

PnB Meen posted a heartbreaking message on Instagram.

On Sept. 12, PnB Rock was fatally shot at a Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles restaurant in South Los Angeles. His brother is now speaking out.

PnB Meen, who is also a rapper, wrote on Instagram in part,  “They took you out of all people. Why not me Man??? my life always been shit until you made It . I never thought you would leave broooo why wtff man. I can’t even write . I’m shaking my stomach tight.”

He continued, “I can’t believe im posting this bro . Please Rockkkk come back . Rock. Im lost but I’m active my word Rock I love you big brother with my whole entire Heart an soul. Rock Gone like wtfffffffff.”

Meen also wrote, “Im sorry it wasn’t me” and implied that he wanted to die.

See the heartbreaking post below:

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According to the Los Angeles Times, the LAPD is conducting an investigation. A law enforcement source stated LAPD investigators are examining security video from inside the restaurant to identify the shooter. Rock, whose real name was Rakim Allen, was also robbed for his jewelry. It’s possible he was attacked after posting on social media and, according to TMZ, detectives have alerted local pawn shops to be aware of any jewelry being sold that may have been stolen from the  rapper.

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PnB Rock is best known for his single “Selfish”, which reached no. 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2016. His other hits include 2019’s “Middle Child” featuring the late XXXtentacion and his feature on Kodak Black’s “Too Many Years.”

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