Did Earl Hayes foreshadow the murder of his wife Stephanie Moseley in a track he recorded back in 2010? TMZ has dug up the unnerving lyrics to Hayes's song "Suicide," which describes in eerie detail the murder-suicide which claimed both their lives on Monday, December 8.
Raps Hayes, "Shoot your girlfriend or when you get surrounded by cops/F**k the real life shoot it out and do your time on the spot/Make a family crying with your girl and their hearstses/Take somebody with you who really didn't deserve it/Show everybody that life just ain't perfect/And when you get mad, it's time to close curtains/Cuz this song is for you."
Hayes shot and killed Moseley and then killed himself after reportedly flying into a jealous rage over her infidelity with a "famous singer." That singer was later revealed to be — allegedly — Trey Songz. Trey expressed his grief at Moseley's death on Twitter hours after news broke of the dancer/actress's death, tweeting, "R.I.P babygirl. Once an angel on earth, now watching over us from Heaven. You’ll b missed but never forgotten. LOVE."
Now, 50 Cent is calling Songz out for "talking like a pimp" in his condolences. "Trey how you get all in this s**T man. Talking like a pimp, Baby you was a angel here on earth an now in the sky. youl be missed but never forgotten. LOVE ? Call my phone," Fiddy posted on Instagram.
The rap mogul has gotten himself deeply involved in the family drama over Hayes and Moseley's deaths, earlier expressing his support for Floyd Mayweather Jr. on social media. The boxer is reportedly extremely shaken up after witnessing Hayes kill Moseley on FaceTime.
Sadly, it looks like a lot of Moseley's personal business is being made public now that she's dead.
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