“That’s how he wanted to go out,” Goonew’s mother says following his viral homegoing celebration
After his homegoing celebration at Washington, D.C.’s Bliss Nightclub went viral, the family of murdered DMV rapper Goonew is speaking out.
Goonew’s mother, Patrice Parker Morrow, told Fox 5 DC that she should be entitled to grieve as she wishes. She added that this is how they wanted to honor the late rapper, Markelle Morrow, and that she is baffled by the backlash.
“He wanted to go out like that.” We wanted to throw a party to commemorate his life. She also left a note for the online trolls. Despite all the disadvantages, most people don’t even know who we are, she remarked.
“They have no clue.” People are simply expressing themselves, which is OK. That’s absolutely OK. I’m delighted with how I handled my son’s departure. I hope everybody will simply leave me alone while I grieve. “
Goonew’s family has no regrets about the celebration, despite the hostility. Ariana Morrow, one of his sisters, also talked to Fox, saying, “We’re not trying to clear anything up.”
We don’t give a damn about who you are or what you have to say. Nobody. We are unconcerned.
“They’re like, I know his mama wouldn’t approve of that,” Ariana continued. She was on stage with us, so she did.
As we previously reported, Goonew’s embalmed body was raised on the stage of Bliss Nightclub while wearing fancy apparel.
An Amiri hoodie, pants, sneakers, and a crown on his head are among his accessories. T.I. entered The Shade Room and commented on the family’s reaction. “What business do we have if he and his mama are fine with it?” He was clearly a funny man, “he wrote.
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