Following the viral homecoming, the mother of rapper Guniu spoke

The family of the deceased DMV rapper Guniu is talking after it went viral at Bliss Nightclub in Washington, DC. In an interview with Fox 5 DC, Gunny’s mother, Patrice Parker Morrow, said she should be able to mourn the way she wants. He explained that they wanted to celebrate the late rapper, born Merkel Moro, and did not understand the controversy.

“It simply came to our notice then. We wanted to have a party to celebrate his life. “He also shared a message for haters online.” For all the negativity, people probably don’t know anything about us, “he said.” They have no idea. People are saying what they want to say. “And that’s fine. That’s fine. I’m satisfied with the way I sent my son. I hope people will let me mourn in peace.”

Despite the negativity, there is no remorse for the celebration of Guineau’s family. One of her sisters, Ariana Moro, told Fox, “We’re not trying to clear anything. We don’t care about anyone and what you have to say negatively. No one. We don’t care. Ariana added, “They are like that, I know her mother will not accept it. Yes, he did, he was on stage with us.

As we reported, Goniu’s fragrant body was unveiled on stage at Bliss Nightclub after the designer’s outfit. With an emerald sweatshirt, jeans, sneakers and a crown on his head. Commenting on the family’s response, the rapper set foot in TI The Shed Room. “If he and his mother understand what our business is. He was obviously a stand-up guy, “he wrote.

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