Trevor Frazier, 24, widely known as Pops, and musically known as Mr. Chavez, a competitive battle rapper, passed on April 6, 2019.
According to WDVM,
CAPITAL HEIGHTS, Md. – Prince George’s County detectives are investigating a double fatal shooting where two Frederick, Maryland residents were killed.
The victims are 24-year-old Trevor Frazier of East Patrick Street and 26-year-old Raymond Giles of Rockcreek Court. Police say the shooting happened early Sunday morning on the 5000 block of Fable Street in Capitol Heights. Officers discovered Frazier and Giles suffering from gunshot wounds. Frazier was pronounced dead on the scene and Giles was taken to the hospital where he died a short time later.
“At this time it’s still under investigation, our detectives are trying to establish a suspect and motive at this time,” said Officer Ameera Abdullah, PGPD public information officer.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Prince George’s County Police Departments homicide unit at 301-772-4925. Press play.
The rapper was known as a popular, talented, good spirit who reached people far and wide. The whole city mourned his sudden death. His candlelight vigil was held on April 11th at the Baker Park Bandshell.
See Mr. Chavez in action during one of his battles through SoSerious Multimedia.
Pops will truly be missed. OUT40 sends love, light, and healing to his parents, family, loved ones, and friends.
His funeral will be held on Saturday, April 20th at Jackson Chapel Methodist Church at 1 PM.
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