Mac P Dawg, Shoreline Mafia Member Shot Dead In Los Angeles

Video: Rapper Mac P Dawg, Shoreline Mafia associate, was murdered in a shooting yesterday at the age of 23.

Mac P Dawg, a Shoreline Mafia member, was killed in an attack yesterday at the age of 23.
Rapper Mac P Dawg was murdered in an attack in Los Angeles yesterday. The member of the Shoreline Mob was 23 years old. The sad news was reported by the members of the Shoreline Mafia, OhGeesy, and former Fenix Flexin, who recently revealed intentions to split from the party.

Because of now, specifics of the murder remain sparse, although Adam 22 reported that the artist had been killed in an attack.

“Shoreline Mafia associate Mac P Dawg was gunned down in LA tonight. Rest In Peace,” he captioned on Twitter, alongside a few pictures of Mac P.

“Speechless bro love u always , macpforever.”
He also furthered his message in his story, writing “Ima make u mo then proud I kno u right here with me I can feel yo energy even tho you gon yo energy gon live thru me 4 ever.” Fellow Shoreline Mafia member OhGeesy uploaded his own tribute to Mac P Dawg, captioning the picture with “LUV U FOREVER. JOSHYWORLD.”

Last year, Mac P Dawg spoke to The Hype Magazine regarding his ambitions in the music business. “I’m just a 23-year-old Hispanic centered outta LA doing what I have to do to help my dad,” he said. “I can’t do what I’m doing right now and have the money indefinitely, but I have to go on to something else I’m more excited about. I’ve always been into music and it has to be my path through. So I’m sure that that is something I needed to do.”

Rapper Mac P Dawg Dead, Shot and Killed In Los Angeles (Video)

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