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Another Aspiring Young Rapper Commits Suicide; Posted Cryptic Comments Before Death

freddie_eBy: Victor “Doc V” Trammell

After the tragic suicide of  aspiring 19-year-old rapper Capital Steez last Christmas Eve, the hip hop world is dealing with the death of another young rapper who took his own life.

Frederick “Freddy E” Buhl, 22, is dead after what numerous sources have called a sucide last night. The aspiring rapper and YouTube comedian claimed to be dating a female rapper named Honey Cocaine who is signed to Tyga’s Last King imprint. Sources close to Buhl claimed that the relationship came to an end and he was having trouble coping.

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15 Responses to Another Aspiring Young Rapper Commits Suicide; Posted Cryptic Comments Before Death

  1. Nathaniel Free

    May 16, 2013 at 9:54 pm

    It is a unfortunate situation in our society to deal with rapping enigmas. At
    Real points we need to deal with our issues and keep our ”third eye open”. RIP STEEZ. When we get down we need to jus fall back, look at ourselves, and as Andre 3000 ”Keep your heart 3 stacks”.

  2. JD

    January 8, 2013 at 1:05 am

    Life can come at us fast and even sometimes hard. 
    Even with all of life’s splendor, there are moments that can feel quite toxic. 

    I consider the God inspired words of wisdom that are often quoted by Bishop Thomas Dexter Jakes

    “Never make a permanent decision in a temporary situation.”

    Life happens.
    People come. People go.
    Things may not always go according to plan.

    Yet, one Truth remains and we must always remember “And this too shall pass.”

    May God be with his family and loved ones during their bereavement.

  3. Fatima

    January 7, 2013 at 6:21 pm

    Its deeper than the music.These babies don’t have any COPING skills.An if they have vices ie weed, an other mood altering chemicals they’re reasoning is out of the question.These baby thinks they will be martyrs.I pray for this young man and his family and others who don’t know they are program.Social Media and that music is doing its job.Majority of these kids aren’t products of their environment, They are from the burbs trying to get street cred.These kids speaks so much DEATH over their lives instead of LIFE.SATAN JUST DONT COMES HE IS INVITED

  4. Reality Ausetkmt

    January 7, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    if these young rappers continue killing themselves at this rate by the end of the year there won’t be any left.it’s sad to see all the negative self programming becoming a prophecy with these young black men. Someone needs to step up and infuse positive energy into the rap game and these young poets. where are our Black Male Mentors when we need them’ especially in a case like this. KRS 1 has talked about this phenomenon repeatedly. Maybe he needs to become the teacher over the College of rap.

  5. bahati sobukwe

    January 7, 2013 at 10:06 am

    In my day, blacks rarely committed suicide. I never personally knew anyone who had committed suicide until I was 19 years old and before that I heard of only one who was black to do so–that one was of a singer playing Russian Roulette.

    I have watched our decline in group-interest for 40 years, it is something to observe. Pseudo integration messed our heads up. We were not ready for that type of integration that offered no enclusion.We came to the table ‘wanting to be just a human being’. No body is just a human being. They bring their ethnic group, their culture, their beliefs, and their history to the table.
    Too many of us have acculturated and abdicated our responsibility to our people. After all we have been through, we still cling to that ‘special admiration’ we have for our enemies. We believe, as the honorable Farakkhan says, “that their ice is colder than our ice. That sentence speaks volumes for our condition. We acculturated not integrated. I don’t know if we will ever get that stage of group-interest we had before the 70s, but we can try. An expectation was surely aroused when we witnessed hundreds of blacks standing in line 8 hours to vote this past election. That was my proudest moment of black people since the election of President Obama in 2008.

    The struggle continue.

  6. Peppa

    January 7, 2013 at 9:31 am

    This has nothing at all to do with Hip Hop and everything to do with poor and low self esteem. When you are young, there are so many things going on in your brain. Peer pressure, the need to cope and deal with all the pressures of society is hard to deal with even if
    you had a solid upbringing, so just imagine if your
    upbringing was not so good. I think reputable hip hop
    artists like Nas need to do some time of intervention with
    the new artists, for more than just this reason.