Rapper Pop Smoke, 20, shot dead in LA home invasion


This morning TMZ reported that up-and-coming rapper Pop Smoke was killed in a Hollywood Hills home invasion.

It was roughly 4:30am when the home invaders arrived at the property and shot Pop, who was pronounced dead at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood.

No descriptions were immediately available of the suspects, who were wearing masks, police said. The entertainment publication learned from the Los Angeles Police Department that two men were seen fleeing the scene. He came to prominence last summer thanks to the song "Welcome to the Party", which quickly became a raucous anthem in Brooklyn and beyond.

Bashar Jackson, better known as the rapper Pop Smoke, has died.

"We are devastated by the unexpected and tragic loss of Pop Smoke", said a rep for Republic Records, to which the rapper is signed via the imprint Victor Victor. It's unclear if Pop Smoke knew the shooters.

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Twenty-year-old rapper Pop Smoke has been shot dead in his home in Los Angeles, causing an outpouring of grief from his fans and peers. He released a slew of singles throughout 2019, collaborating with stars like Travis Scott on the Jackboys EP - which debuted at Number One - while also working with other rising artists like Lil Tjay and Calboy. "God Bless and comfort your family".

Pop Smoke was scheduled next month to head out on the Meet the Woo Tour starting March 2 in Washington D.C.

Only hours before Pop Smoke was killed, he posted a picture on Instagram of him posing in a vehicle with a friend.

The investigation into Pop Smoke's death is still developing.

It's easy to say that it sounds like a rapper mastering his form but the truth is that Pop Smoke's music was distinctly his own, defying pat categorization or classification.