Horrific news has come out of the A$AP camp today, as via several reports from core members of the A$AP Mob, we have learned that their founder and unapologetic leader, A$AP Yams, has passed away. Though the cause of death has not yet been made public, there are no early indicators of foul play. Yams, real name Steven Rodriguez, was 26 years old.
Hip-Hop has rapidly poured out its condolences and well-wishes for the entire A$AP Family, including Drake, Action Bronson, Travi$ Scott and more. Yams was more than just the guy who started A$AP. He was deeply entrenched in several regional Hip-Hop movements, and was earnestly working to help bring guys like Aston Matthews, Joey Fatts and more to the forefront.
Over the holiday, Master P gave out bikes to children who have lost family members to violence.
To provide assistance in an unsolved murder that will soon turn into a cold case, Master P has offered a reward to help solve the murder of Charles Fambrough. Fambrough, who was 22-years-old at the time of his death, was killed on Christmas Day two years ago.
The No Limit Records founder didn’t reveal the amount of the reward, but according to Louisville, Kentucky-based WHAS 11, Master P did state that he’s willing to offer “as much as necessary.”
“Somebody come forward [or] whoever got anything to do with this or you know somebody,” Master P said during an interview with WHAS 11. “Somebody sitting around bragging at home thinking it’s a joke, it’s not a joke. You took somebody up from somebody’s loved ones that really miss that person [that] should be here with their family.”
In addition to offering a reward to help solve Fambrough’s murder, Master P also gave out bikes to children who have lost family members to violence. He was joined by Fambrough’s fiancé, Megan Brown.