Million Dollaz Worth of Game’ founder buried his son yesterday during a public funeral that was attended by fans of Gille and friends/family members.
YNG Cheese, Son of Gillie Da Kid, Laid to Rest in Philadelphia Funeral
Gillie lays Son YNG Cheese to rest; Wallo offers up positive message.
YNG Cheese, the son of Gillie Da King (a.k.a. Gillie Da King), was fatally shot in Philadelphia on Thursday night.
Family and friends mourned the death of Gillie Da King’s son YNG Cheese at a funeral in Philly on Monday (July 24). The service was held at the Met Philadelphia.
“This senseless act of violence, these shootings, has to stop. I mean, what good is it?” M.C. Doug E.D., a family friend of Gillie’s, said during the funeral.
Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcaster, always promoted a positive image and always talked about putting the guns down. So it’s unfortunate that his son had to meet his demise this way,” George Macon, a family friend, added.
According to CBS News Philadelphia, hundreds of people filed into The Met to support Spadey, Gillie, and the entire family.
Gillie’s firstborn YNG Cheese was a rapper. Similarly, their second child Mac has a career in the music industry and uses the stage name TR3Y SEVEN7.
YNG Cheese was the victim of a triple shooting on 5800 block of Mascher Street in the Olney neighborhood at 8:24 p.m.
A 25-year-old man was shot once in the back and taken to the hospital by police, and was pronounced dead at 8:39 p.m.
A 28-year-old man and a 31-year-old man were also shot and taken to the hospital, with both men being placed in stable condition
Philadelphia Police Department stated, One of the victims ran to a nearby home and 10 spent shell of casings were found at the scene. No arrests were immediately made and no weapons were recovered.
Wallo, Gillie’s cousin and co-host of Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast voiced his appreciation on behalf of Gillie for the fans’ outpouring of support and kind words in light of this trying time.
“I appreciate y’all, but I need y’all to know something very important. Me and cuz’s dedication to our family, our community and the world – making people think, laugh and cry – the dedication to that has become stronger.
Wallo continued by saying, “It’s a tragic situation, but I’ma tell you this: tomorrow is gonna be better than yesterday. And we’ll never stop believing that. Never! We’re never gonna abandon the mission that God sent us to do and be responsible for.”