Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Reacts To The Death Of Digital Underground’s Shock G
Red Hot Chili Peppers bass guitarist Flea mourned the death of the Digital Underground vocalist Shock G by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account.
Shock G was an American rapper who was the lead vocalist of Digital Underground. Also, he had worked with Tupac Shakur. Unfortunately, Shock G found dead in a hotel room yesterday.
Following the death of Shock G, Flea shared a picture of him to pay his tribute to the iconic rapper who passed away at the age of 57 and shared his feelings about the passing of Shock G in the caption.
As Flea thanked Shock G for everything he has done, he also praised Shack G’s talent by saying that he was such an inventor. Also, Flea mentioned that he danced so many times with his music.
Here is what Flea wrote:
“Thank you for all the joy Shock G. What an inventor you were, what deep funk! No one else bridged the gap from funkateer to hip hop MC like you. So many times I danced to your jams with an unfettered heart.
You rocked it hard and it will last forever. Every time we spoke you were interesting, interested, kind and looking forward. I love you.”
You can check out the picture below.