Injury Reserve Rapper Jordan Groggs Has Died
Wednesday, 1 July 2020 ()
He was only 32 years old...
*Injury Reserve* rapper *Jordan Groggs* has died.
The Atlanta hip-hop trio developed a stellar reputation, starting with their opening mixtape 'Live From The Dentist Office'.
The three-piece released their sought after debut album last year, before embarking on coast to coast Stateside tour dates.
Sadly, founding member Jordan Groggs has died. There's no word on cause of death, although *a Gofundme has been started* to aid his family.
News came direct from Injury Reserve, who saluted a "loving father, life partner and friend..."
REST IN POWER Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner and friend. (6/1/1988-6/29/2020) pic.twitter.com/tYUa4nnebV
— Injury Reserve (@InjuryReserve) June 30, 2020
Tributes came thick and fast:
I remember seeing these guys on the Jailbreak the Tesla video and thinking they looked like so much fun and such a good group and now to think Groggs is gone is surreal to me.
RIP Groggs man this shit is too unfair. I pray for his family and the rest of Injury Reserve pic.twitter.com/lgIxKozf2l
— Thundercatsghostwriter (@musicalshinobi) July 1, 2020
your verses, wisdom and knowledge will live on for fucking ever. my heart is absolutely shattered.
condolences go out to his family, daughter and the rest of IJ. damn. pic.twitter.com/42G2iJNB1M
— adam (@razpbarry) June 30, 2020
“What a year it's been, a lot of ups and downs
Keep fallin' off the wagon, but never hit the ground”
RIP GROGGS https://t.co/fdhRksTG05
— donald trump is a fascist (@moshxlyfe) July 1, 2020
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