Rapper Doe B — born Glenn Thomas — a member of Grand Hustle's Hustle Gang, was fatally shot around 1:30 a.m. today (Saturday, December 28) in his hometown of Montgomery, Alabama. He was 22.
According to Billboard, referencing Global Grind, there was also a second victim in the shooting — a woman named Kim Johnson, who turned 21 this week. Details on the shooting are still scarce but it reportedly happened at the Centennial Bar and Grill, formerly the Rose Supper Club.
Doe B was signed to Atlanta-based label Grand Hustle Records by founder T.I.
T.I. responded to the news on Twitter:
Other music stars also offered condolences. B.o.B. tweeted, "RIP Doe B .... #NeverForgotten." Soulja Boy wrote "Smh wtf! RIP Doe B." Juicy J wrote "R.I.P. Doe B , so sad , my prayers go out to his family & friends." Drake simply tweeted "RIP Doe B."
Tameka Harris shared the photo shown on Instagram, writing, “Sad to say R I P to such a young talented artist Doe B..he will truly be missed. Say a pray for his love ones who lost something/someone special.”
According to Billboard, Doe B recently dropped videos for tracks including "Let Me Find Out" featuring T.I. and Juicy J, "Trap Muzik" and "2 Many," featuring Rich Homie Quan.
He was known for wearing an eye patch, the result of a shooting from three years ago.