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Fivio Foreign Speaks On His Friend Pop Smoke’s Death



Fivio Foreign Says He Was With Pop Smoke A Day Before He Died

Fivio Foreign Says He Was With Pop Smoke A Day Before He Died

Fivio Foreign opened up about the death of close friend and rapper Pop Smoke.

“I was just in the studio with him, me, him and Polo the night before. He had flew out that same night,” he said on the Million Dollaz Worth Of Game Podcast.

“He was in New York the night before it happened, so he had flew out, and I didn’t know he flew out, so when I saw the shit on Instagram and I saw n-ggas reposting it, I’m like, ‘Why n-ggas posting fake news like that?’”


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Pop Smoke was killed in his Los Angeles rental house during a home invasion on February 19, 2020.

He continued: “I know the n-gga not in L.A. Home invasion, but he don’t live in L.A.? It was true, and I’m like, ‘Oh sh-t.’ I was getting so many calls, and that’s when I knew it was really true with the calls I was getting. That sh-t hit hard. It hit everybody hard.”

Following his rise to fame, record producer Rico Beats introduced Pop Smoke to Steven Victor in April 2019. Victor would later have Pop Smoke sign a recording contract with Victor Victor Worldwide and Republic Records. He released his debut mixtape Meet the Woo in July 2019.

His second mixtape, Meet the Woo 2, was released on February 7, 2020, and debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200, becoming the rapper’s first top-10 project in the United States.

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