On his 22nd birthday, 50 Cent remembers Pop Smoke.

50 Cent pays tribute to the late artist “Faith.”

Tuesday would have been Pop Smoke’s 22nd birthday, and the Hip-Hop community had to mourn the loss of the late Hip-Hop icon’s birthday. Pop Smoke’s presence is still severely missed a year and a half after his death, leaving his admirers with two posthumous albums in his place. Pop’s two-time platinum debut album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon has been highly welcomed by his fans, but the judgment on his new album Faith is still out.
Regardless, with the release of a new album and his birthday approaching, many people, including his old mentor 50 Cent, are mourning Pop Smoke more than ever.
50 Cent and Pop Smoke appear onstage at Trey Songz & 50 Cent Host The Big Game Weekend 2020 at Cameo on February 01, 2020 in Miami, Florida.
50 Cent paid tribute to his deceased buddy on Instagram late Tuesday evening. Unlike other Fif posts, his tribute to Pop was devoid of hashtags advertising all of his most recent business ventures, indicating that he is still grieving over the death of Pop Smoke.
“Pop would have been 22 today, [dove emoji] R.I.P [shooting star emoji] Woo,” 50 wrote, echoing the feeling that the “Dior” rapper died much too soon.

Despite the fact that he just announced himself DaBaby’s new guru, no one can replace Bashar “Pop Smoke” Jackson. Pop, may you rest in peace! Listen to the deluxe version of Faith here if you haven’t already done so.

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