Pooh Shiesty Reportedly Loses His Brother to Brain Cancer [Photo]

Pooh Shiesty, whose real name is Lontrell Denell Williams Jr., brother passed away in the hospital on Saturday (February 28).

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Pooh Shiesty’s brother reportedly passed away following a battle with brain cancer.

According to Say Cheese TV, Tee Da P — who previously dropped a few of his own rap records — had been hospitalized for a while. He was receiving treatment for brain cancer, but he unfortunately succumbed to the fatal illness. The news of the death was said to be confirmed by Pooh and Tee’s father, Hot New Hip Hop reported.

The Memphis rapper has not addressed the situation, but he reportedly cancelled a recent show in Savannah, Georgia to spend some quality time with his family.

Pooh Shiesty, born Lontrell Denell Williams Jr.,star, started his career in 2019, and he’s already making his mark on the hip hop scene.

Following the release of his debut mixtape, Shiesty Season, his “Back in the Blood” collaboration with Lil Durk — which was was recently certified gold — became his most streamed song. “Been Certified. Now I Got The Plaque To Prove It,” he wrote in an Instagram post.

2021 has already proved to be a difficult one for a few celebrities, who like Pooh Shiesty, have recently lost a relative. Last month, Nicki Minaj’s father, Robert Maraj, was tragically killed in a hit and run accident.

Days later, Jeezy revealed that his mother passed away. “My superhero. Feared nothing or no one. No obstacle or setbacks,” he wrote in a touching tribute. “One of the only people in the world I could trust. When I had nothing or no one, I had you mamma. You was hard on me. I thank you for that.”

Trey Songz also shared the heartbreaking news of his uncle’s sudden death. “God called my uncle home last week. No warning signs, just suddenly was his time,” the singer revealed. “Tell ya people you love em cause you never know when your last time seeing them will be.”

Sending condolences to Pooh Shiesty and this entire family.

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