Jay Z & Eminem Show Support To Sean Price’s Family With Large Contributions!

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As an outlet to help support the funeral of recently deceased rapper Sean Price, his label Duck Down has set up a crowd-funding account. The labels founder Dru Ha typed a powerful eulogy on the company’s site to commemorate the legacy of the late-rapper and revealed, Jay Z made “a very generous donation to Sean’s fund.” Even Price’s former labelmate, Tek of Smif-N-Wessun, used his Instagram to salute Hov for his contribution. Coincidentally, Memphis Bleek and Price are cousins and we know how close Jigga and Bleek are so this is a great way to support your friends family member. Jay isn’t the only A-list celebrity paying homage monetarily to Price, according to HipHopDx Eminem gave $10,000 on Aug. 12. Em’s manager Paul Rosenberg, told AllHipHop: “I swear I just told Marshall (Eminem) on Thursday that Sean was my current favorite. I hung on every word in his verses.” So far, the fund has raised $87,753, and Sean’s posthumous tape Songs In the Key of Price is currently available for only $7.99.

You can show your support to a true hip-hop legend by streaming below or purchasing his project here.

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  • Shawn Was Generous To Brooklyn, NY Cops As Well

    Why Police Love/Hate American Drug Dealer/Rapper Shawn ‘Jay Z’ Carter

    During the 80s-90s there were hundreds of Brooklyn cops and investigators who loved/hated *Shawn ‘JayZ’ Carter* and his crew of drug dealers.

    Thanks to Shawn and the anti-social activities his crew of teens/adults engaged in, including selling highly addictive drugs to his neighbors and shooting his competitors from the nearby Tompkins and Lafayette Houses, hundreds of thousands of dollars in police overtime were generated while investigating the murders, shootings and armed robberies resulting from the drug activity Shawn proudly raps about.

    Yup, we loved the OT Shawn “JayZ” Carter generated, however, being mostly well adjusted people raised to embrace compassion and empathy for our fellow man, many cops hated seeing the emotional pain and physical damage Shawn and his crew caused to mostly peaceful people already struggling to get by.

    As much as I loved the overtime, witnessing the damage drug dealers like Shawn did to people in this community, watching infants, toddlers, children, teens suffer abuse/neglect day after day while being raised by drug addicted moms and/or dads, much like Tupac writes about, becomes extremely emotionally debilitating for most people raised and nurtured to respect ALL life.

    Somehow I managed to last nearly a dozen years before constantly witnessing the emotional and physical harm eventually wore me down to the point where I requested to be transferred to a more stable community for my own sanity and mental health.

    However, as much as I despise and feel sorry for victims of child abuse/neglect like *Shawn JayZ Carter* and teens/men much like him who aided in damaging/destroying individual lives and harming their community as a whole, I have to thank Shawn for directly or indirectly generating plenty of OT that helped support my family for many years.