Rapper Gonzoe was shot and killed in Seattle on July 30, 2021. He was 45 years old.
Gonzoe, whose real name was Ronald Moore, was a founding member of the rap group Kausion. The group released their debut album, “South Central Los Skanless,” in 1995. Gonzoe also went on to have a successful solo career, releasing two albums, “If I Live and Nothing Happens” and “Godzilla.”
Gonzoe was a close friend of Tupac Shakur, and he was a member of the Outlawz, Tupac’s rap group. He was also featured on several of Tupac’s albums, including “All Eyez on Me” and “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.”
Gonzoe’s death was a shock to the hip-hop community. He was a talented rapper and a respected figure in the industry. His death is still unsolved, and his killer remains at large.
The Investigation into Gonzoe’s Murder
The investigation into Gonzoe’s murder is still ongoing. Police have not released any information about suspects or motives. However, they have said that they believe the shooting was targeted.
Gonzoe was shot three times in the chest at a gas station in Seattle. He was taken to the hospital, but he died from his injuries.
Police have been canvassing the area around the gas station for witnesses. They have also been reviewing surveillance footage from the area. However, they have not been able to identify the shooter.
The Legacy of Gonzoe
Gonzoe was a talented rapper and a respected figure in the hip-hop community. His death was a shock to many people, and his legacy will continue to be celebrated.
Gonzoe’s music was raw and honest, and he spoke about his experiences of growing up in South Central Los Angeles. He was also a skilled freestyler, and he was known for his energetic live performances.
Gonzoe’s death is a reminder of the violence that still exists in many parts of the United States. It is also a reminder of the importance of fighting for social justice and equality.