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Shock G's Tampa Funeral Plans Announced

By Benny Franklin
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Digital Underground rapper and creator of the smash hit, The Humpty Dance, Shock G, died last week at the age of 57.

Shock was found unresponsive in a Tampa hotel room, and a week later, there still hasn't been a cause of death released. 

Today, Shock's manager Atron Gregory told TMZ  that his funeral service would be this Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. 

Digital Underground members Money B and DJ Fuze will be in attendance, and 2Pac’s step-brother Mopreme Shakur and close friend Ray Luv will as well. 

Rest in peace, Shock G. 

 
 
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