Trouble is no longer alive at the age of 34.
According to multiple accounts, the Atlanta rapper, whose true name was Mariel Semonté Orr, was shot and died on Sunday morning (June 5). At this moment, the circumstances surrounding his death are unknown. His sister, as well as his ex-girlfriend, Alexis Skyy, verified the awful news.
“Rip @TroubleDTE I’m so sorry this happen to you Skoob you didn’t deserve this I’m praying for your kids and family,” Skyy tweeted.
Mike WiLL Made-It, who signed Trouble to EarDrummers Entertainment in 2017, was among the hip-hop world that mourned the loss. Along with Bow Wow, T.I., Juicy J, and Gucci Mane paid tribute. Trouble, who began rapping at the age of 14, debuted in April 2011 with his debut mixtape, December 17th.
“Trouble was my dawg! Pulled up anywhere I was at didn’t care if it was last minute he was there,” Bow Wow wrote on his Instagram Story. “I can’t believe this… What is going on man! My condolences to his family. Bro had kids man!”
On the 2018 album Edgewood, he worked alongside Drake and The Weeknd (41E Edition). 2 Chainz, Quavo, and City Girls appeared on his most recent album, 2020’s Thug Luv. Last Friday night, Trouble sent his last tweet: “Its toooooooo many 12 of for me tonight IM GOIN HOME,” he wrote. “Yall move smoove outchea ✌🏾.”