Pat Stay, A Canadian Battle Rapper, Who Recently Criticized The Game In Support Of Eminem, Was Fatally Knifed In Nova Scotia

Rapper Pat Stay passed away, and the music industry is in sorrow. According to police, the artist was stabbed in the early morning hours close to the waterfront in Halfax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and was taken to the hospital, but he later passed away from his wounds. The rapper from Guilt By Association was not identified by investigators, but his brother, Pete Stay, confirmed the death to CBC news.

Police said they have no current motive for the murder and that no suspect has been apprehended. At 36, Pat Stay. The hip-hop musician rose to fame thanks to his live battle rap performances, in which two artists frequently freestyle while trading boasts, jabs, and wordplay.

According to a video the hip-hop artist released on his Instagram stories, he was in Halifax to attend the wedding of some pals who got together when they were both staying at the rapper’s residence. Pat posted the music video for his latest single, “(The Game DISS) Pat Stay feat. Kaleb Simmonds – “Warm up”” on Instagram on Saturday, September 3.

The song was a response to The Game’s criticism of Eminem in The Black Slim Shady. After the 10 minute release went public, the Back to Back artist asked The Game to a rap duel, but The Game opted to block Stay rather than take part.

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