Trouble, a rapper best known for songs that depicted the grittier side of life in his birthplace of Atlanta, was slain in a gunshot early Sunday, according to investigators. He was 34 years old at the time.
At a news conference on Sunday, Rockdale County Sheriff’s spokesperson Jedidia Canty said Trouble, whose real name was Mariel Semonte Orr, died in a 3:20 a.m. home invasion at Lake St. James Apartments in Conyers, about 25 miles east of Atlanta.
Canty said a suspect, identified as Jamichael Jones, 33, of Atlanta, was wanted on warrants for murder, home invasion, and aggravated assault.
Def Jam, one of the rapper’s record labels, expressed condolences to Trouble’s family in an Instagram post on Sunday.
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Trouble rapper was not married until his death. There’s currently no accurate record of his personal life on his Wikipedia page.
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Trouble rapper’s net worth is $5 million as at the time of his death.
Trouble Rapper biography
Mariel Semonte Orr (November 4, 1987 – June 5, 2022), better known by her stage name Trouble, was an Atlanta-based rapper.
Mariel Semonté Orr was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on November 4, 1987.
At the age of 14, he began rapping.
Trouble released his debut mixtape December in April 2011, which was ranked number 23 on Complex magazine’s list of the 25 Best Mixtapes of 2011. The song “Bussin,” which was remixed by Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka Flame, and Trae the Truth, was included on the mixtape. Trouble was named to Complex’s “15 New Rappers To Watch Out For” list in August 2011. He was also named on XXL magazine’s list of “15 Atlanta Rappers You Should Know” in 2013.
Trouble was featured in the tune “Chopper” on Lupe Fiasco’s album Tetsuo & Youth in 2015, alongside Glasses Malone, Trae tha Truth, Billy Blue, Buk, and Fam-Lay.
Trouble had an appearance on YFN Lucci’s single “Key to the Streets” in 2016, which reached number 70 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Trouble and labelmate Veli Sosa filmed a music video in North Carolina in March 2016 for “Straight Out” from his 2016 mixtape Skoobzilla and “Like A,” which featured DTE’s ReeseDaGreat. The videos were directed by LookImHD, and Big Bank Black made a cameo appearance in one of them, which was later shared on Instagram.
Mike Will Made It’s record company, Ear Drummer Records, and Interscope Records signed Trouble to a record deal in 2017.