Hours after earning a recording contract, rapper Tdott Woo was murdered and killed outside his Brooklyn home in a senseless act of violence.
Rapper Tdott Woo, fresh after signing a record deal, was assassinated in front of his Brooklyn home.
At at 2:20 p.m. on Tuesday, 22-year-old Tajay Dobson, also known as Tdott Woo, was shot in the head on Avenue L in Canarsie, near E. 98th St. In the end, he was pronounced dead at Brookdale University Hospital.
Rapper Pop Smoke’s pal Tdott Woo is credited with creating the Woo Walk, a dance style that became a viral sensation in February 2020 in Los Angeles.
In a sad interview with the Daily News, Dobson’s grandma admitted that she had trouble sleeping the night before.
His parents raised him to be a decent, good man. He was a huge fan of all things musical. “Music was a great passion of his.”
As Dobson was being assaulted, the grandma, who requested anonymity, said she heard four gunshots.
Then he went outdoors, like he was summoned by some outside voice, she speculated. My ears tell me that he was hit by four bullets, three in his back and one in his head. In a matter of seconds, “Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.”
According to her, “I was wondering whether or not the shooting would take place near my house,” she stated. “Then I learned that it was my grandson who had been shot and died in the hospital,” he said.
She described with tears in her eyes how she saw her grandson’s corpse stretched out in front of the house.
She described him as “flowing out.” As soon as I saw he was alone, I began to weep and dial 911.
She informed me that her grandson had just arrived home from Los Angeles, where he had been filming a music video with some of his pals, on Monday evening.
The grandma added, “They signed him to a record label.” “He put it up on Instagram a day ago.”
Tdott Woo has been signed to a deal with Million Dollar Music on Instagram.
He died the next day.
“It’s an honor to stay your buddy till your final moments,” the label wrote on Instagram after his death. Regardless of where we go or what we do, your memories will always be with us. Relax and enjoy your night’s rest. #LongLiveTdott.”
Shooter left in a dark SUV and is being sought by the police, according to reports. The motive for the shooting is unknown at this time.
Dobson’s killer was referred to as “wicked” by the grandma.
‘They don’t have the courage,’ she added, ‘and they must stop.’ The government must remove them from the streets. This must be stopped immediately,” he pleaded. It’s bad for the community. You can’t just swoop in and start slaughtering people. “Come on,” he said.
Little Tjay’s rapper, Dobson, was detained in December 2020 on firearms allegations, according to police. The matter had not yet been resolved.
As a result of these recent gunshot murders, hip-hop fans have been dragged back to a time in the mid-90s when rap feuds between Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G. were at their peak.
At least one well-known musician has declared that enough is enough. Drewski, the DJ at Hot 97′ in New York City, has sworn to cease airing music that promotes gang membership or disparages other rappers on the station.
No more gang or diss songs! ‘Cause I’m done with it! Posted on Instagram by Drewski. Do not even email me the songs if you’re slamming each other in the lyrics! The label, the artist, or even your big Homie can email it to me! I don’t care! No more Diss/Gang records will appear on my show! To put it another way, “We’re losing too many young people to the streets!”